Curriculum and Requirements
The purpose of this program is to prepare individuals for employment in the drafting and computer drafting fields. The program emphasizes the theoretical knowledge required for a variety of drafting positions in the building and manufacturing industries.
PHSC offers several certificates that can be earned as students work toward AS degree goals. The Associate in Science degree in Drafting and Design Technology includes a certificate in AutoCAD Foundations.
Upon completion, students need to contact the Admissions and Student Records office to apply for certificates. Students are encouraged to complete courses in the AS degree.
Program Code: AS-DDT
General Education Requirements:
- ENC 1101 - English Composition I 3 cr.
- CGS 1100 - Microcomputer Applications 3 cr.
- MAC 1105 - College Algebra 3 cr.
- Any Area III Natural Sciences course listed in the Associate in Science Degree Program Requirements 3 cr.
- Any Area IV Social and Behavioral Sciences course listed in the Associate in Science Degree Program Requirements 3 cr.
- Any Area V Humanities course listed in the Associate in Science Degree Program Requirements 3 cr.
- BCN 1001 - Building Construction 3 cr.
- ETC 1250 - Properties of Materials 3 cr.
- ETD 1100 - Technical Drawing 3 cr.
- ETD 1530 - Architectural Drafting 3 cr.
- ETD 2218 - Introduction to Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing 3 cr.
- ETD 2238 - Mathematics for Drafting and CAD 3 cr.
- ETD 2320 - Computer Aided Drafting I 3 cr.
- ETD 2340 - Computer Aided Drafting II 3 cr.
- ETD 2381 - Computer Aided Drafting for Manufacturing 3 cr.
- ETD 2110 - Engineering Drafting 3 cr.
- ETD 2941 - Internship in Drafting and Design 4 cr.
- ETI 1411 - Introduction to Manufacturing 3 cr.
- MNA 1100 - Organizational Behavior 3 cr.
- SLS 2401 - Career Enhancement 1 cr.
- Elective (See Suggested Electives below) 3 cr.