The Computerized Design & Manufacturing Department has three areas of study: the drafting/CAD programs, the machine tool technology program, and welding. Each program provides 1,800 hours of related coursework, theory, and hands-on practice, providing graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge to be highly successful in these dynamic fields.
Strive to provide employers with entry level technicians who are capable of functioning in and adapting to a rapidly changing environment.
Industrial internships are available to all students of the Alfred State Computerized Design & Manufacturing Department. Upon successful completion, appropriate college credit is applied to the student’s record as applies.