Career Programs > Drafting


Students in this program learn how to create drawings and computer simulations in support of mechanical and industrial engineers. In addition to drafting techniques, students study manufacturing processes and materials, the science of metal, and technical communication. This program stresses the understanding of all aspects of the drafting industry and includes training in planning, management, finance, technical and production skills, underlying principles of technology, labor issues, community issues, and health, safety, and environmental issues.

    Next Start Date: June 8, 2020

    Information Sheet PDF (3 pages)

    Curriculum FrameworkPDF (20 pages)

    Gainful EmploymentPDF (2 pages)

    Rack BrochurePDF (2 pages)

    Basic Skills Testing Requirements:

    Accepted Test Reading Math Language
    TABE* 9 10 9
    New SAT 24 24 25
    ACT 19 19 17
    GED 2014 145 145 145

    Courses

    Introduction to Drafting (Formerly ‘Blueprint Reader’) (150 Hours)
    Drafting Assistant (450 Hours)
    Drafting Detailer 1 (150 Hours)
    Drafting Detailer 2 (150 Hours)
    Architectural Drafter (150 Hours)
    Civil Drafter (150 Hours)
    Mechanical Drafter (150 Hours)
    Structural Drafter (150 Hours)

    Contact: Student Services Department