Citation in Computer Aided Design and Drafting


The Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD) Certificate program is designed to develop and enhance practical skills; increasing students' knowledge for a successful CADD career. 

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Admission Requirements

In addition to the Faculty's Undergraduate Admission Requirement, which consists of KPU's Undergraduate English Proficiency Requirement, the following program admission requirements apply:

  • Satisfy the Math requirement at Level E1 of the Mathematics Alternatives Table; or through successful placement by the CADD Math Placement Test at a minimum of 60%
  • Complete the online CADD information session or an interview with a CADD department representative.

Note: Students wishing to complete the Diploma program without having to undertake any preparatory courses must satisfy Level C1 of the Mathematics Alternatives Table.

Advanced Standing

Applicants with Drafting 11 and/or 12 from a BC Secondary School can challenge the CADD 1100 course by writing a Qualifying Assessment. Contact the CADD Department Chair at for more information.

Curricular Requirements

The Citation in CADD requires 16 credits

CADD 1150Computer Aided Drafting & Design (CADD) Software4
Select 12 credits from courses in CADD at the 1100 level12
Total Credits16

Credential Awarded

Upon successful completion of this program, students are eligible to receive a Citation in Computer Aided Design and Drafting.

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