Drafting & Design Career Pathways

Are you interested in designing structures or creating new, innovative products? Technical drafters work in close association with architectural engineers, designers, scientists, technical writers, production personnel and salespeople to help design new products. Drafters translate ideas, sketches, calculations and specifications into complete, accurate working drawings used in the manufacture of products and design of structures.

EFSC's Drafting and Design Technology programs provide cutting edge training in computer-aided drafting and design technology, AutoCAD foundations, and architectural and civil drafting.

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Drafting & Design Technology Associate in Science (DRAS)

EFSC current college catalog requirements for the A. S. Degree. Program requirements for Drafting & Design Technology changed effective with the 2013-2014 catalog. New students follow the most current catalog. Existing Drafting students may follow the catalog from the year they started or may choose to switch to the newer catalog requirements. Contact the Program Specialist to determine your best option.

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Success starts with a plan and the curriculum is designed to keep you on track.

View the program of study for Drafting & Design Technology.

View the College Credit Certificates listed below in this accordion and see how these courses are part of the A.S. Degree.

AutoCAD Foundations College Credit Certificate (AFCC)

 EFSC current college catalog requirements for this certificate.

  • 15 Credit Hours
  • No placement test required
  • No General Education courses needed
  • Use certificate courses to build toward completing the A.S. degree in Drafting & Design Technology
  • Students may start with this College Credit Certificate completion and then move on to the A.S. Degree in Drafting & Design Technology

View the A.S. Degree recommended course sequence shown above to see how this certificate is part of the greater A.S. Degree.

Drafting College Credit Certificate (DACC)

EFSC current college catalog requirement for this certificate.

View the Gainful Employment Information for the Drafting certificate program.

  • 24 Credit Hours
  • No placement test required
  • No General Education courses needed
  • Use certificate courses to build toward completing the A.S. degree in Drafting & Design Technology
  • Students may start with this College Credit Certificate completion and then move on to the A.S. Degree in Drafting & Design Technology
  • Financial Aid approved

View the A.S. Degree recommended course sequence shown above to see how this certificate is part of the greater A.S. Degree.

Internship Course Information

The Internship course, ETD 2941 is an elective credit option for the A.S. degree in Drafting & Design Technology.

Be prepared! Completion of intermediate and several advanced level drafting courses is required.

The Program Specialist can assist with questions.

Credit for High School Courses

If you recently completed or are enrolled in  Drafting/Illustrative Design Technology courses through Brevard Public Schools you may be eligible to receive college credit. Save time and money!

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Contact Us

Annette Barrios, 321-433-7081
Student Advisor
barriosa@easternflorida.edu
Cocoa campus, Building 1

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