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2011-2012 Catalog 
    
2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Drafting and Design Technology, AS


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The Drafting and Design Technology Associate in Science Degree Program is designed to give students the necessary training and background for careers of a technical nature. The courses are designed to qualify students, through specialized and intensive instruction, for many technical positions.

Drafting and Design Graduates May Earn:

An entry level worker can expect to earn $30,880 ($14.85 per hour), while an experienced worker can expect to earn $48,190 ($23.17 per hour).*

*Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation retrieved April 2011.

Career/Industry Opportunities

  • Drafting and Design Technician
  • CAD Operator
  • Mechanical Drafter
  • Tooling Drafter
  • Quality Control Assistant

Course Prerequisites:

Refer to specific course descriptions listed in this Catalog.

Program Prerequisites:

None

General Education Core Requirements:


Note:


* The Mathematics, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Natural Sciences course may be chosen from any courses listed in the Associate in Arts Degree General Education Program Guide, AA  under their respective areas.

Total: 18


Total: 26-27


 *If a student takes BCN 1040 instead of ETD 1102, then one extra credit hour must be taken in electives to total 62 credits for the degree. 

Specializations:


Total: 17


Civil Engineering/Land Surveying Specialization


Total: 17


Total: 17


Total Degree Credits: 62


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