Industrial Drafting Associate in Science Degree


The Industrial Drafting Associate in Science Degree provides the skills and knowledge for those who wish to pursue a career as a Mechanical Engineer or CAD operator/designer in fields related to engineering, tool design, and 3D Parametric Modeling in a manufacturing environment as well as other fields. This degree requires a total of 29 units listed below. At least half of the units towards the major must be completed at Fullerton College.

Required Courses (29 units):
DRAF 101 F Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing (formerly DRAF 070 F)2
DRAF 140 FAutoCAD for Industry3
DRAF 141 F Advanced CAD for Industry3
DRAF 143 F3D Applications Using AutoCAD3
DRAF 171 FFundamentals of Drafting2
DRAF 173 F Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing2
DRAF 944 FSolidworks3
MACH 116 FMachine Tools2
MACH 150 F CNC Programming Using Mastercam (formerly MACH 050 F)3
or MACH 154 F CNC Programming Using Surfcam (formerly MACH 060 F)
TECH 108 FManufacturing Processes3
WELD 100 F Introduction to Welding (formerly WELD 121AF)3
Total Units29

Outcome 1: Communicate technical ideas through modeling and creation of technical drawings that fully describe a design idea.

Outcome 2: Describe information contained on blueprints including symbols and title block features.