All manufacturing industries, research and development organizations, and design divisions of major corporations use drafters in the preparation of various stages of formal drawings. Typically, companies that hire engineers, architects or designers have a need for people skilled in drafting.
The Computer-Aided Drafting Technology Program at County College of Morris (CCM) prepares a person for an entry-level position as a junior drafter, drafter trainee, or drafter using computer aided drafting (CAD). The supportive technical course work in manufacturing, materials, science, mathematics and writing will aid students in continuing to advance their careers and assist in strengthening the background of those desiring to continue their education.
County College of Morris has state-of-the-art computers running the latest version of Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) software that provides the student with needed hands-on experience. A fully functional prototyping lab rounds out the studentâ€™s experience in the manufacturing process, taking idea from concept to reality.
Many student in this program continue and earn their Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in the Mechanical Engineering Technology Program at County College of Morris.
This program is through on-campus learning between lectures and laboratory for students on high-end computers and equipment.
The average starting salary for graduates with a degree in Computer Aided Drafting Technology is $47,000 – $58,000.
- Architectural Drafters
- Computer-Aided Designer/Drafter/Engineer
- Electrical Drafters
- Mechanical Drafters
Engineering Technology and Engineering Science Department
AMEC, Room 104
Professor Venancio Fuentes