Sketch up a Career in CAD

Earning your art degree online can be a great way to go, but you need to be certain that your program is acceptable for the field you wish to enter. Students who want to earn their degree in computer aided drafting will need to be certain that their programs are certified by the American Design Drafting Association

Pennsylvania College of Technology's computer aided drafting technology major recently was recertified by the American Design Drafting Association.

ADDA, an organization for designers, drafters, architects, illustrators and technical artists, provides certification to recognize schools whose design/drafting curriculum meets established and approved standards.

"It is an important credential for our department to maintain," said Katherine A. Walker, assistant professor of drafting and computer aided design. "This annual activity allows us to closely examine our drafting and design program in many areas, such as curriculum, faculty background, employment placement of graduates and classroom capabilities, to name a few. Earning recertification is a very detailed process, and our department can take pride in this continued accomplishment."

Schools are certified for one-year periods; Penn College's certification will remain in effect through Aug. 31, 2010. The college has earned certification for its computer aided drafting technology associate-degree major every year since 1997.

Earning your computer aided drafting, or CAD degree online can start you in a career where you can use your creativity on a daily basis. With your degree, you can turn your ideas in to reality.

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