Thanks everyone for the responses.
I had talked to the folks at the school in the past and had been told that it was all manual pencil/calculator/look-up table based. I have been checking the curriculum on the website every so often over the past few years and had not seen any changes. The part that gives me pause is that the last lesson in the third year/module is: LESSON 30: Introduction To Computer Aided Yacht Design
1.Overview of General Concepts in CAD
2.Description of Hardware Required for CAD
3. Description of Software used for CAD in the Marine Industry
4.Understanding of Basic Concepts in Practical Applications of AutoCAD
5.Detailed Directions, Suggestions, and Hints for AutoCAD Use
6.Understanding of Setting Up AutoCAD drawings
7.Explanation of Important AutoCAD Commands and Tools
8.Explanation of Advanced AutoCAD Formatting and Object Properties
9. Practical AutoCAD Drawing Review and Test
The last year of the curriculum looks to be involved with the engineering of how certain systems work so this last lesson of module/year 3 is actually the last "Design" lesson and the first time that CAD is explicitly mentioned in the curriculum.