College of Rural and Community Development
Tanana Valley Campus
Minimum Requirements for Certificate: 36 credits
The drafting technology program offers students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and knowledge in the field of computer-aided drafting.
Courses combine technical know-how and hands-on experience necessary for work in a variety of drafting fields. Qualified students have the opportunity to work side-by-side with professionals from the architectural and engineering community in internship situations, gaining valuable on-the-job experience. In the classroom, students develop skills in mathematics, drawing and multi-functional AutoCAD techniques. Students are introduced to conventional drawing techniques and computer-aided drafting from their very first course.
- Complete the general university requirements.
- Complete the certificate requirements.
- Complete the following program requirements:
DRT F101--Introduction to Drafting--3 credits
DRT F110--Computer Literacy for Drafting--3 credits
DRT F170--Beginning AutoCAD--3 credits
DRT F210--Intermediate AutoCAD--3 credits
PRT F110--Introduction to Occupational Safety--3 credits
PRT F117--Drafting for Technicians--3 credits
- Complete 9 credits from the following or program coordinator-approved electives:
CM F102--Methods of Building Construction--3 credits
CM F123--Codes and Standards--3 credits
DRT F112--Introduction to GIS--3 credits
DRT F115--Graphics I--3 credits
DRT F121--Building Trades Blueprint Reading--3 credits
DRT F140--Architectural Drafting--3 credits
DRT F150--Civil Drafting I--3 credits
DRT F160--Drafting Internship--1 - 6 credits
DRT F270--Advanced AutoCAD--3 credits
ES F101--Introduction to Engineering--3 credits
PRT F101--Introduction to Process Technology--3 credits
- Minimum credits required--36 credits
Note: DRT F140, DRT F141, DRT F150 and DRT F151 are available through the Center for Distance Education and Independent Learning. For information phone 907-474-5353.