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Online AutoCad Degrees

The Drive to Design
Okay, you have designs on the future. Whether you want to design a new lawnmower engine, power plant, or skyscraper--you'll need a blueprint first. Today, the T-square and compass have given way to computer-aided design programs. If you're pursuing a career in design, you'll need training in AutoCAD, the industry leader in computer-aided design technology.

Training in AutoCAD
Many colleges and universities offer accredited courses in AutoCAD software. You can even earn a Bachelor's of Science degree with a concentration in AutoCAD. Basic courses offer training in the use of drafting equipment, and the creation of geometric forms (lines, arcs, circles, etc). Intermediate courses cover how to alter the display of colors, layers, and line weights in an AutoCAD drawing, while advanced courses show how to create and modify dimensions, manage page setups and layouts, and export AutoCAD drawings in hard copy or software format.

Who works with AutoCAD?
For engineers, architects, and designers, AutoCAD is an important program. Considering the AutoCAD's wide applications, the possibilities are endless--and pay well, too. Architects, for example, who use AutoCAD to create blueprints, can make upwards of $60,000 a year. Engineers work with AutoCAD programs in order to design civil, aeronautical, automotive, or industrial projects. Depending on your level of training, you could earn up to $80,000 a year as an engineer. Even interior designers use AutoCAD programs to plan corporate and residential projects. As of 2004, median annual earnings for interior designers were $40,000.

Whatever your designs on the future, you'll need to create it on screen before you can bring it to life. So what are you waiting for? Enroll in an AutoCAD program today, and get the training you need to bring your vision to life.

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