About This Certificate
The Engineering Drafting and Design Technology Program is designed to provide instruction for students pursuing entry level employment or technical upgrading in mechanical, architectural, and construction drafting fields.
What You Will Learn
Individuals interested in pursuing a career in drafting will study basic drafting standards, learn computer-aided drawing skills, and acquire the knowledge necessary for the documentation's of designs used for production and support of industry. USU Eastern offers a one-year Certificate of Completion in Engineering Drafting and Design Technology.
CC: Blanding, Moab, Price (USU Eastern)
Please fill out this form with your information and you will get access to a degree sheet with a sample 4-year plan.
You will also be contacted via text or email to answer any questions you may have about the program.
Career And Outcomes
With a Certificate in Engineering Drafting and Design Technology you will be qualified to work as an Engineering Design Technician and may find employment at the following:
- Engineering Firms
- Architectural Firms
- Manufacturing Companies
Blanding, Moab, and Statewide advisor
Office: Blanding campus
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