AST Architectural Drafting
1,744 hours, 4 terms, 16 months
Maximum class size: 15
The Associate in Specialized Technology Architectural Drafting program offers comprehensive coverage of design drafting for the construction industry. The program presents a detailed study of construction practices and building technology plus the technical capacity to reason, plan and design in terms of sound engineering methods, modern materials, and cost factors. AST Architectural Drafting is a Program of Study participant.
General Entrance Requirements
High school diploma, GED certificate or a high school transcript indicating graduation is required prior to addmission.
Instructional equipment includes, but is not limited to, computer-aided drafting and design systems, white print machines and drafting machines.
Graduates will be qualified for entry-level positions as architectural drafters, cost estimators, representatives for builders and architects, Computer Aided Design and Drafting, or CADD, operators and structural detailers.