Drafting

About the Career

Turning ideas into designs, drafters create electrical, mechanical, product or architectural plans and find opportunities in many industries. A well-paying career, drafting requires only an associate degree to reach a high level of success.

About the Program

COM prepares drafting students through hands-on classes in a variety of computer-aided design (CAD) software. Students compile portfolios of their drafts to present to employers, and they can complete an internship for real-world experience. 

From a Graduate

“For once in my life I wake up excited to go to work. It’s always something new."

– Tim Gaude graduated with an associate of applied science in drafting and works for a local company. 

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