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Drafting Program Guide

Before entering the drafting technology program, students are strongly advised to complete one year of high school algebra or its equivalent. Keyboarding and computer literacy are important. Course work in basic drawing or drafting is also beneficial and recommended before entering the program.

For students who plan to continue their education to earn a two-year or four-year degree beyond this one-year certificate, please meet with an advisor to select a math course and elective credits best suited for future degree programs.

Required Courses: Certificate of Completion
Suggested course sequence for fall start. Winter start also available.

Offered at the Wenatchee Campus

Required Courses Credits
Fall Quarter  
ENGR 102* Interpreting Engineering Graphics 2
ENGL 101 Composition 5
Math 100 (or higher) Technical Math for Industry Fields 5
Winter Quarter  
ENGR 105* Computer-Aided Design (CAD) 5
GEOG 215 Introduction to GIS 5
BCT 130 Intro to Excel spreadsheet 5
Spring Quarter  
ENGR 106 Computer-Aided Design: Solid Modeling 4
ENGL 235 Technical Writing 5
ENGR 267 Introduction to Survey 5
Summer Quarter    
Cooperative Work Experience   5
Elective credits Up to 6 credits to meet 45 credit requirement; select from list below 1-6
  Total Credits Required for Certificate 45

Elective options

  • ART 110: Drawing (5 credits)
  • ART 132: 3D Digital Design 1: Intro to Computer Aided Modeling (5 credits)
  • Math 107, 141, 142, 146, 151, 152 or 153 (5 credits)
  • Physics 114, 115, or 116 (5 credits)
  • Chemistry 161, 162 (5 credits)

*One or more of these courses may be taken in high school for Tech Prep credit if your school has an articulation agreement.