Students in the Engineering Graphics and Design/Drafting program can expect to utilize state-of-the-art technology and software so they experience an authentic, multi-disciplinary learning environment that includes the Civil, Mechanical, Structural, Piping and Architectural disciplines.

A key component of the program is the use of industry standard software such as AutoCAD, Revit, Civil 3D, GIS, CADWorx and SolidWorks.

One of my biggest challenges is finding enough qualified people to fill our operations and technician positions. Fortunately, at OSU Institute of Technology, students are receiving the training Chevron needs for its workforce.

– Greg Yoxsimer, Human Resources Business Partner, Chevron

Those who earn an Associate in Applied Science degree in Engineering Graphics and Design/Drafting can work as design drafters.  Graduates will be prepared to produce engineering drawings and plans for a variety of business and industry companies.  Projects ranging from roadways, bridges, manufactured parts, process piping, pipeline and building plans.