Sep 23, 2018  
2013-2014 Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Engineering Drafting and Design Technology


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Program Description:


The Drafting and Design Cluster curricula prepares individuals to enter the workforce assisting architects, engineers, contractors and other related fields. The Engineering Drafting and Design Technology concentration emphasizes industry standard computer software applications in the areas of architecture, mechanical and civil engineering to allow graduates a broad-based background in the drafting and design market. A grade of “C” must be maintained in each of the Drafting and Design Technology courses. Students who have grades below the required “C” must repeat the course. A course may not be repeated more than twice.

 Students seeking admission to this program must meet one of these requirements:  minimum ACT scores of-  Reading 16, Math 17, English 17 OR minimum Compass scores of-  Reading 72, Pre-Algebra 48, English 71 OR by approval of the program chairperson.

Campus Locations:


Jackson Campus-Academic/Technical Center - 601.366.1405, Raymond - 601.857.3486, Utica - 601.885.6062

**Completion Award: Career Certificate in Engineering Drafting and Design Technology 30 SH


Technical Certificate


**Completion Award: Technical Certificate in Engineering Drafting and Design Technology 45 SH


Associate of Applied Science


**Completion Award: Associate of Applied Science in Engineering Drafting and Design Technology 60-61 SH


**Additional Graduation Requirement: Any student (first-time, transfer, and part-time) who begins at Hinds Fall 2007 and later will be required to take LLS 1312 /RST 1312  Orientation course in order to graduate from the College. Exception: Orientation credit (1-3 hrs) transferred to Hinds from another college will satisfy our orientation requirement.

A CPAS review course and exam are required to graduate from this program.

 

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