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DFT 110 (3)
Technical Drafting & CAD Fundamentals
Technical drafting fundamentals, supported by introductions to computer-aided drafting (CAD), enabling the
familiarization and visualization of drafting principles, standards, tools, and techniques. Two lecture; two lab.


DFT 125 (3)
Architectural Drafting I
Principles of architectural drafting design and techniques. This board-drafting course covers fundamentals of
design, space, utilization, drafting tool usage, construction drafting requirements, and the development of a set of
blueprints. Prerequisite: DFT 110 or consent of instructor. Two lecture; two lab.


DFT 150 (3)
Auto CAD 2D
This course will enable students to utilize computer-aided drafting (CAD) in a 2D medium. Prerequisite: DFT 110 or
consent of instructor. Two lecture; two lab.


DFT 200 (3)
AutoCAD 3D
This course furthers a student’s mastery of computer-aided drafting (CAD) by exploring how to unlock the power of
3D through the use of advanced AutoCAD applications. Prerequisite: DFT 150. Two lecture; two lab.


DFT 225 (3)
Architectural Drafting I: CAD
Application of constructing architectural drawings uses the power of computer-aided drafting (CAD) as the medium
for drafting. Utilizes working drawings to focus on scale to drawing parameters, symbol libraries, dimensioning,
and drawing enhancement. Prerequisites: DFT 125 and DFT 150. Two lecture; two lab.


DFT 260 (3)
Architectural Drafting II: CAD
Advanced application of construction architectural drawings using the power of 2D and 3D computer-aided drafting
(CAD) as the medium for drafting. Advanced 2D detail views, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing. 3D drawings
including floor plans, plot plans, elevations, perspectives, landscape, and detail views, utilizing several working
drawings interfacing with a multi-pen plotter. Prerequisites: DFT 200 and DFT 225. Two lecture; two lab.


DFT 289 (1–6)
Internship I
Designed for students who are looking for paid or voluntary, practical learning experiences that apply academic and
occupational education to real-life, on-the-job situations. Credit hours will be negotiated based on fulfillment of a
contract. Each credit hour requires the completion of a minimum 45 hours of on-the-job participation. Prior
experience or course work in the field of interest is required. One to six variable credit hours. May be taken for S/U
credit.


This catalog was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time of publication. All information
is subject to change without notice, obligation, or liability.

				
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