Program: Drafting: Architectural
The Drafting – Architecture occupational program creates an educational environment where students can achieve their individual goals by providing the necessary knowledge and skills to enter the design field of their choice by using the latest technologies and industry trends.
Start your career as a professional and/or specialist in the area below!
- Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Designer
- Revit Designer
- CAD Technician
- Revit Technician
Degrees & Certificates
Explore the degrees and certificates offered by Drafting: Architectural Program.
Associate in Science (AS), Drafting – Architectural
Plan Code: 2909 – This Associate Degree will prepare students for a design-related career and appropriate course selection may facilitate transfer to a professional degree program at a CSU/UC or private institution.
PROGRAM STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
- Establish mastery of basic knowledge and skills and apply advanced technologies relevant to entering the architectural drafting and design field at an entry or advanced level.
- Develop career awareness, planning, employability skills, work habits, and the foundational knowledge necessary for success in the workplace.
- Possess the necessary technical knowledge and communication skills to identify, articulate and solve problems pertaining to the built environment and perform tasks required within the architecture and/or environmental design professions.
Certificate of Achievement, Drafting – Architectural (Core Skills)
Plan Code: 3906 – The Core Skills Certificate of Achievement will prepare students for an entry level position as an architectural drafter or junior draftsperson in a variety of design professional settings and may serve as a foundation for specialization.
Certificate of Achievement, Drafting – Architectural (Advanced Skills)
Plan Code: 3909 – The Advanced Skills Certificate of Achievement will prepare students for an advanced position as an architectural drafter or draftsperson in a variety of design professional settings and may serve as a foundation for specialization.
View courses offered in different semesters to assist in academic planning.
ARCHT 360 M1
ARCHT 360 M2
How long does it take to complete the program?
Depending on the number of units you take and whether you are a full-time or part-time student, completing a certificate program can take as little as one semester and completing an associate degree program can take about two years.
Make a 30-minute appointment with an academic counselor to receive services in educational plans, transcript evaluation, and career planning.
How much does the program cost?
Please visit Financial Aid for tuition cost and Federal Work Study information.
Who are the Career & Technical Education (CTE) counselors?
|Career & Technical Education||Alicia Andujo||LAC|
|Career & Technical Education||Lorraine Blouin||LAC|
|Career & Technical Education||Laura Garcia||LAC|
|Career & Technical Education||Diana Ogimachi||LAC|
|Career & Technical Education||Robert Olmos||PCC|
|Career & Technical Education||Tom To||PCC|
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How to transfer and lookup comparable course listings.
To help determine if courses taken at other schools are comparable to Long Beach City College courses, please visit LBCC Transfer Evaluation System (TES).
For more information, please visit LBCC Transfer Center.
How do I receive my degree or certificate after I finish the coursework?
You will need to complete an application for your degree or certificate and submit that application to the LBCC Admissions & Records office. Visit Admissions & Records for more details.