JWU’s Computerized Drafting associate degree program combines academic
theory, drafting methods and techniques and communications skills with
applied experience in the field.
Learn about the engineering and design principles that give two-and three-dimensional form to the world’s objects — from planes, trains and automobiles to sleek packaging, skyscrapers and even the special effects in the latest Hollywood blockbuster. From mechanical and architectural design to advances in digital technology, explore practical applications of 2D vector-based drafting systems and 3D solid and surface modelers. Through a fundamental understanding of design principles and engineering tools, learn to create adaptable and efficient solutions to drafting problems. You may choose to continue your studies in Engineering Design & Configuration Management. Catalog Course Information Continuing Education Catalog Course Information