2020-2021 Academic Catalog

Architectural Drafting, Associate of Science

The Architectural Drafting curriculum is designed to provide students with a technical education that will prepare them to work as semi-professionals immediately upon completion of the program. Graduates may fill such typical positions as architectural draftsman, mechanical draftsman, civil draftsman, technical representative, technical draft person, or CAD operator.

Summary of Graduation Requirements

Subject Area Credits
General Education Core 28
Major Requirements 33
Electives 0
Other Requirements 6
Total Credit Hours 67

Curriculum

Plan of Study Grid
First YearCredits
CMET 162 Materials of Construction 3
CMET 262 Methods of Building Construction I 3
CSC 150 Computer Literacy 3
ENG 101 College English I 3
ENG 102 College English II 3
HED 100 Personal and Community Health 2
MTH 151 College Algebra 3
MTH 153 College Algebra & Trigonometry 3
PED 100 Fundametals of Fitness for Life 1
TMD 150 Engineering Graphics 3
TMD 151 Introduction to Cad 3
SEM 101
SEM 102
Spartan Seminar 101
and Spartan Seminar 102
2
 Credits32
Second Year
SEM 201 Spartan Seminar 201 1
CMET 260 Building Codes and Specifications 3
CMET 263 Fundamentals of Surveying 3
CMET 264 Intermediate Surveying 3
CMET 265 Architectural Details 3
CMET 266 Architectural Drafting 3
IMT 205 Industrial Safety & Management 3
Select one Humanities Electives of the following: 3
Humanties  
Humanities  
Basic Art Appreciation  
Music Appreciation  
Introduction to World Literature  
PHY 152 General Physics 3
PHY 152L General Physics Laboratory I 1
TMD 225 Mechanics I: Statics 3
TMD 251 Advanced Cad 3
Select one of the following Social Science Electives: 3
HIS XXX
 
Basic Principles of Psychology  
Introduction to the Social Sciences  
 Credits35
 Total Credits67

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING

University Foundations
SEM 101Spartan Seminar 1011
SEM 102Spartan Seminar 1021
SEM 201Spartan Seminar 2011
Communications
ENG 101College English I3
ENG 102College English II3
Health and Physical Education
PED 100Fundametals of Fitness for Life1
HED 100Personal and Community Health2
Natural Sciences
PHY 152General Physics3
PHY 152LGeneral Physics Laboratory I1
Digital, Computer & Telecommunications
CSC 150Computer Literacy3
Mathematics
MTH 153College Algebra & Trigonometry3
Social Sciences
Select one of the following:3
History of World Societies I
History of World Societies II
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to the Social Sciences
Basic Principles of Economics
Humanties Elective
Select one of the following:3
Humanties
Humanities
Basic Art Appreciation
Music Appreciation
Introduction to World Literature
Total Credits28