Program(s) Name and Description: Engineering Technology- Drafting and Design

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The Certificate in the Drafting and Design program is designed to prepare students for employment as entry-level drafters in related industries.

CIP Code:

15.1399

Credential Level:

01, Certificate

Program Standard Occupational Codes:

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Program Costs: Engineering Technology Certificate:

Credits for Completion

27 (9 months)

Tuition & Fees:

$3,382

Books/Supplies:

$1,400

Other:

0

Total Cost:

$4,782
100% Completion Rates 

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*To protect against personally identifiable information, rates on student cohorts less than 10 students will not be disclosed.

This rate is not adjusted for those students who attend part-time and/or need to complete developmental requirements.

Job Placement Rates 

Currently, no information is collected and maintained in the college reporting system.

Student Medium Loan Debt Rate (at time of completion) 

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*To protect against personally identifiable information, rates on student cohorts less than 10 students will not be disclosed.