Here’s a list of Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (CAD) classes offered at KCC this spring

A CAD student works on a project in KCC's CAD Lab.

Registration for the Spring 2017 semester is now open! For information about signing up for Spring 2017 classes, visit To apply to KCC online for free, visit

Want to go into engineering? How about product design? If engineering interests you, get your start in Kellogg Community College’s Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Program!

KCC offers an Associate in Applied Science degree in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology leading to transfer opportunities including a 2+2 transfer program to the Product Design Engineering Technology Program at Ferris State University. Graduates with a background in CAD can go on to become CAD drafters, engineers or technicians; industrial engineering technicians; mechanical engineering technicians; and more.

Here’s a list of CAD classes — including drafting (DRAF) and engineering technology (ENTE) classes — offered at KCC during the Spring 2017 semester:

  • DRAF 101: Engineering Graphics
  • DRAF 120: Machine Drafting
  • DRAF 181: Applications in AutoCAD
  • DRAF 211: Dimensioning and Tolerancing
  • DRAF 234: SolidWorks
  • DRAF 262: Engineering Design
  • ENTE 170: Introduction to CAM and CNC
  • ENTE 220: Statics and Strengths of Materials

For more information about any of the classes listed above, visit and click on “Class Schedules” at the top of the page. Select “Spring Semester 2017” from the “Semester” menu and “Drafting” and/or “Engineering Technology” from the “Subjects” menu, then click “SUBMIT” to see the list of CAD classes offered at KCC this spring. For detailed information about a specific class, simply click on the course title.

For information about signing up for Spring 2017 classes, the first of which begin Jan. 13, visit To apply to KCC online for free, visit