Drafting Technology

College of Rural and Community Development
Community and Technical College
907-455-2845
www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/drafting/

Certificate; A.A.S. Degree

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Minimum Requirements for Certificate: 33 - 34 credits;
for Degree: 60 - 63 credits

The drafting technology programs combine focused training in computer-aided drafting with a well-rounded exposure to the professions, trades and materials common to construction in Alaska. Courses combine technical CAD training with the vocabulary and knowledge needed to communicate with future employers in the architectural, engineering and construction fields. Students develop skills in mathematics, drawing and multi-functional CAD techniques. Students are instructed in traditional drawing techniques, CAD, and building information modeling technologies, giving them the knowledge and flexibility to work traditionally and with the most recent drafting technologies. Required courses cover many aspects of design and construction, including building materials, codes, and civil, mechanical, electrical and structural technologies. Qualified students have the opportunity to work side-by-side with professionals from the architectural and engineering community in internships, gaining valuable on-the-job experience.

Students entering the certificate program are expected to have computer skills equivalent to CIOS F150.

Certificate Program

  1. Complete the general university requirements.
  2. Complete the certificate requirements.
  3. Complete the following certificate requirements:
    DRT F101--Introduction to Drafting--3 credits
    DRT F121--Construction Documents and Drawings--3 credits
    DRT F170--Beginning CAD--3 credits
    DRT F210--Intermediate CAD--3 credits
    DRT F270--Advanced CAD--3 credits
  4. Complete one of the following concentrations:
    Architectural Drafting
    CM F102--Methods of Building Construction--3 credits
    CM F123--Codes and Standards--3 credits
    DRT F140--Architectural Drafting--3 credits

    Civil Drafting
    CM F102--Methods of Building Construction--3 credits
    CM F213--Civil Technology--4 credits
    DRT F150--Civil Drafting--3 credits

    Information Technology
    CITS F203--Information Technology Support Fundamentals--4 credits
    CITS F204--Introduction to Network Support and Administration--3 credits
    CITS F261--Computer and Information Security--3 credits

    Mechanical and Electrical Drafting
    CM F102--Methods of Building Construction--3 credits
    CM F142--Mechanical and Electrical Technology--4 credits
    DRT F155--Mechanical and Electrical Drafting--3 credits

    Process Technology
    PRT F101--Introduction to Process Technology--3 credits
    PRT F110--Introduction to Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental Awareness--3 credits
    PRT F117--Drafting for Technicians--3 credits

    Structural Drafting
    CM F102--Methods of Building Construction--3 credits
    CM F231--Structural Technology--4 credits
    DRT F145--Structural Drafting--3 credits
  5. Minimum credits required--33 - 34 credits

Note: DRT F160 Drafting Internship may be substituted for concentration-specific DRT courses with program approval.

Major - A.A.S. Degree

  1. Complete the general university requirements.
  2. Complete the A.A.S. degree requirements.
  3. Complete the following program (major) requirements:*
    DRT F101--Introduction to Drafting--3 credits
    DRT F140--Architectural Drafting--3 credits
    DRT F150--Civil Drafting--3 credits
    DRT F170--Beginning CAD--3 credits
    DRT F210--Intermediate CAD--3 credits
    DRT F270--Advanced CAD--3 credits
    DRT F145--Structural Drafting--3 credits
    DRT F155--Mechanical and Electrical Drafting--3 credits
    CM F102--Means and Methods of Building Construction--3 credits
    CM F123--Codes and Standards--3 credits
    CM F142--Mechanical and Electrical Technology--4 credits
    CM F213--Civil Technology--4 credits
    CM F231--Structural Technology--4 credits
  4. Complete 3 - 6 credits from the following electives:
    DRT F160--Drafting Internship--3 - 6 credits
    DRT F121--Construction Documents and Drawings--3 credits
    CM F201--Construction Project Management--3 credits
    ES F101--Introduction to Engineering**--3 credits
  5. Minimum credits required--60 - 63 credits

* Students must earn a C grade (2.0) or better in each course

** This elective requires additional math prerequisites.


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