Consult the current schedule of classes for information about when these courses are offered.
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The curriculum in Interior Design and Drafting in the Family and Consumer Science department at Monterey Peninsula College enables the student to earn a certificate of training in Computer-aided Drafting and Design, a certificate of achievement, work toward an AA degree, or transfer to a 4-year institution. Classes also offer education of general interest to persons in the community who wish to make their own present or future homes more attractive and functional.
|DRAF 70||Drafting & Perspective||2 units||coursework|
|DRAF 72A||Intro. to Computer-Aided Design||3 units||coursework|
|DRAF 73||Building Information Modeling||3 units||coursework|
|Certificate of Training||Coursework|
The Computer-Aided Drafting and Design certificate is a segment of the Interior Design program designed for students who want to pursue technical aspects of design. Career paths include drafting for commercial design, facilities design, furniture design, and freelance drafting and design work.
The program is planned so that, upon completion, the student may transfer to pursue a Bachelor's degree, become self-employed, or be employed in an entry level position by the following:
- Interior Design Studios
- Facilities Design
- Building Contractors and Architects
- Furniture Design
- Lighting, Kitchen and Bath Planners
- Freelance Drafting
Download the Drafting Program BrochureClick here to view information about our Interior Design Program.