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GIA Debuts Jewelry Design & Technology Program in New York

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GIA recently launched its Jewelry Design & Technology (JDT) diploma program in New York, a 26-week program taught in a classroom at the International Gem Tower, home of GIA’s New York campus.

GIA’s JDT program teaches jewelry design and product development using computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology with 3D printer rapid prototyping. Classrooms house the latest manufacturing technology for jewelry design, jewelry engineering, product development, custom orders, jewelry manufacturing, jewelry repair and quality assurance. Instruction methods leverage this technology and engage students through interactive learning.

The inaugural class runs from Jan. 14 through July 22, 2016. The second class starts Sept. 29, 2016, and ends April 28, 2017. Prospective students should visit www.gia.edu/gem-education for information on how to enroll.

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