The Drafting and Design Technology curriculum allows students to obtain skills and knowledge related to several fields of the drafting and design industry. The curriculum is based on the State Framework which is based on national standards as developed by the American Design Drafting Association. A combination of class work and laboratory experience is stressed. Completion of 69 semester credit hours of course work in the drafting program leads to an Associate in Applied Science Degree. The College placement policy guide will be used to determine the correct placement in academic classes (English, Math, Reading, etc.). Developmental or basic classes will not count toward the drafting program degree.
Four semesters (beginning with fall semester)
Associate in Applied Science
Jones County Junior College is accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.