Manufacturing Design

​Enter the world of manufacturing design and CAD with the
continuing education program at Richland College.

The manufacturing design program teaches skills in computer-aided design (CAD) with an emphasis on manufacturing.

Courses focus on CAD in the manufacturing industry and using AutoCAD and SolidWorks software.

The skills learned through the program can lead to a number of career paths, such as architecture, machining, construction, engineering, facilities management, landscape design, interior design, and multimedia.

Manufacturing Design (CE Skills Award)

Courses Required:

  • DFTG 1014 - Introduction to Computer Assisted Drafting &smp; Design
  • DFTG 2004 - Computer Assisted Drafting & Design II
  • DFTG 2046 - Advanced Computer Assisted Drafting & Design
  • DFTG 1000 - Solid Works I
  • DFTG 2009 - Solid Works II

​​​​​​​Important: Check the CE schedule​ to verify if and when the class is currently being offered.

How To Search​:

  • ​View the CE schedule.​​
  • Select the semester you wish to register for.
  • Select the prefix of your desired course (example: HRPO).
  • Results for the course numbers, sections and times will be displayed for that semester.​​

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Looking to earn more? The continuing education Manufacturing Design program can start you on the path to a great career in manufacturing.