Interim Chairperson: Christopher McNally, Ph.D.
Williams Hall, Room 126, (518) 629-7275
This unique program offers students an intensified training in computer aided drafting (CAD). Students receive instruction in eleven courses, followed by a two-month internship (practicum) with an area company, gaining valuable hands-on experience as an entry level CAD Technician. This program is offered only in a full-time day schedule, and is ideal for individuals who need to enter or re-enter the workforce within a short period of time. Credits are transferable, and many graduates continue on in 2-year degree programs after entering the workforce. For information on application procedures and admission prerequisites contact the School of Engineering and Industrial Technologies Academic Advising Center at (518) 629-7584.
Program Entrance Requirements
1 unit of any math
Interview with program coordinator is required.
Total Credits Required: 45
*or specific course equivalents as approved by department chairperson