Engineering Graphics and Design

FRC Building

Program Overview

Graphics and drafting is the ability to visually communicate guidelines for numerous items and features that include all things from manufacturing production to completed building, such as heating, ventilating, plumbing, and electrical systems. In architectural and engineering firms, drafters research detailed building codes, dimensions, and materials to be used and procedures to be followed by building contractors. Drafters may further specialize by the type of building structure or by the kind of material used, be it reinforced concrete, masonry, steel, or timber. Drafters are also hired by manufacturing industries, government, personnel-stuffing services, etc. Typically, experienced drafters may advance to senior drafter, designer, or supervisor positions, and with appropriate college education drafters may go on to become architects or engineers.

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Applied Technology


Manufacturing, Electronics, & Construction (MEC)


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The Computer Graphics/Design certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the computer graphics fields. This program relies on a basic understanding of graphic design and/or computer graphics principles as they relate to industry standards as CAD designer, engineering drafter or drafting technician.

Computer Graphics/Design (certificate)

This Mechanical Drafting/Design programs prepare students who wish to enter the work industry as a CAD designer, engineering drafter or drafting technician or technologist.  The program includes instruction in both 2‐D and 3‐D computer aided drafting and design software such as AutoCAD and SOLIDWORKS.

Mechanical Drafting/Design (certificate)

Mechanical Drafting/Design (AS)

Adjunct Faculty

Name Contact Information
Jesus Huaman Contreras @email

Albert Rios



Learn About Drafting Design

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