The mission of the Drafting and Design Technology program is to provide students an opportunity to obtain board and computer drafting skills needed for employment and career advancement. The Drafting program provides a safe and healthy environment for learning, encourages students to become critical thinkers, and attempts to establish a relationship with students and employers that promote upgrading skills for advancement in their drafting career.
In this program, students learn the board and computer drafting skills needed for structural, architectural, civil/surveying, electrical, machine/manufacturing, piping, and materials drafting. Coursework covers computer-aided drafting, drawing, design, computer technology, and drafting theory. Available at the Main Campus in Lake Charles.
CIP Code: 151301
Program Type: Associate of Applied Science
Program Length: 60 Semester Credits
Program Learning Outcomes
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