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 29 units in the major in addition to other graduation requirements. At least one half of the units toward 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 171 FFundamentals of Drafting2
DRAF 173 F Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing2
DRAF 944 FSolidworks3
DRAF 945 FAdvanced Solidworks3
MACH 150 F CNC Programming Using Mastercam (formerly MACH 050 F)3
or MACH 154 F CNC Programming Using Surfcam (formerly MACH 060 F)
MACH 116 FMachine Tools2
TECH 108 FManufacturing Processes3
WELD 100 F Introduction to Welding (formerly WELD 121AF)3
Total Units29

Outcome 1: Communicate technical ideas of mechanical and Computer Aided Drafting software to model and create detailed drawings based on ASME Y 14.5 standards that fully represent a design and function.

Outcome 2: Demonstrate the ability to create blueprints and documentation including symbols and title block requirements based on ASME standards which reflect an understanding of how these features affect the manufacturing of a product.