To prepare students with technical knowledge and skills that enable them to translate ideas, specifications and calculations to complete accurate working drawings and to use appropriate applications of geographic information systems (GIS) in topographic surveying. The program prepares for careers like drafter, computer-aided design (CAD) technician, CAD specialist, GIS technician, or assistant to architect, engineer or surveyor.
62 credit hours
Business, Industry and Technology
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Drafting and Design Technology, A.S.