Architectural Design and Drafting - Program Overview

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Our Associate of Applied Science degree in Architectural Design and Drafting helps students develop the design and technical skills needed in the residential and commercial building design industry. The associate’s degree requires 98 credits, which include: 79 credits of architectural design and drafting courses, three credits of ART 215 and 16 credits of General Education.

With a broad based curriculum that emphasizes technical skills as well as liberal arts, our program enables you to acquire problem-solving skills, and it offers you flexibility and freedom—within a sound framework of drafting and design principles.

While enrolled in the program, students must:

  • Maintain a minimum grade of “C” or better for all required courses.
  • Complete successfully WR 121 and MTH 65 or show competency by testing.