Program Requirements

Career & Technical A.A.S. Degree/Certificate
Field Internship
Students working toward the Occupational certificate or AAS Degree have the opportunity to experience the real world of computer drafting through supervised occupational experiences.

Representative Job Titles
Architectural, Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic and Mapping Drafters. Society's insistence on computer literacy reinforces the need for computer drafting skills in related occupations.

Drafting is a flextime program allowing you to arrange your contact hours during the scheduled lab hours. Request additional details by contacting Professor Robert Jervis by phone at: 618-545-3356, or by e-mail at

Gainful Employment Info
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who have completed the below program, and other important information, please visit the link(s) below.
Drafting Technology Certificate



Approved Electives
Area B-Arts and Humanities
ART: 101 Drawing
  102 Design
  105 Introduction to Art
  112 Visual Design
BUSN: 201 Business Communications
ENGL: 102 English Composition
  137 Technical Report Writing
FREN: 101 French
GERM: 101 German
SPAN: 101 Spanish
SPCH: 103 Fundamentals of Speech
  203 Group Discussion

Area C-Arts and Humanities
BUSN: 103 Introduction to Business
  115 Marketing Fundamentals
  127 Principles of Management
ECON: 201 Survey of American Economics
  205 Principles of Economics
  206 Principles of Economics
GEOG: 103 Economic Geography
  104 World Geography
  205 North American Geography
PSYH: 101 Psychology
  228 Applied Psychology
SOCO: 101 Sociology
  212 Social Psychology

Area D-Health and Personal Development
Any Area D Electives for a total of three semester hours.

Optional Drafting Classes
DFTG 104 AutoCAD Basics
DFTG 105 Intermediate AutoCAD
DFTG 129 Blue Print Reading for the Machine Trades
DFTG 201 Revit
DFTG 202 Inventor
DFTG 210 Advanced Architectural Drafting
DFTG 100 Blueprint Reading Fundamentals
BPLR 190 Blueprint Reading

NOTE: The program requirements presented here are effective Spring 2008. Previous versions of the KC Catalog are available in their entirety at our catalog archive. If you are uncertain about which catalog you should reference, please contact an academic advisor. Please contact an academic advisor with questions regarding course registration or degree/certificate completion.
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