Drafting Technology Certificate
Courses combine the technical information and hands-on experience necessary for work in a variety of drafting fields. Students gain hands-on training in construction, and develop job ready skills with conventional drawing techniques and computer-aided drafting. Development of skills in mathematics, drawing, architectural and engineering concepts, design and construction techniques.
|Minimum Credit Hours||30|
|General Education Requirements|
|Written Communication Skills|
|WRTG S111||*Writing Across Contexts||3|
|Oral Communication Skills|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|*Fundamentals of Oral Communication 1|
|*Small Group Communication and Team Building 1|
|*Interpersonal Communication 1|
|MATH S105||Intermediate Algebra (or higher)||3-4|
|CT S121||Light Wood Frame Construction||1|
|CT S121L||Light Wood Frame Construction Lab||2|
|CT S170||Residential Design, Codes and Standards||3|
|CT S175||Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting||3|
|CT S181||Intermediate Computer Aided Drafting||3|
|CT S201||Residential Building Science||3|
|Advisor Approved Electives||6|
Grade of C 2.00 or better
1. Have an understanding of buildings and construction documentation as systems.
2. Be able to perform drafting functions and will understand basic residential design, construction, documentation and planning.
3. Have an intermediate proficiency in AutoCAD LT.
4. Have an intermediate understanding of algebra.