PROGRAMOF STUDYDrafting
Junction City High School - Junction City
Grade English Math Science Social Studies Electives Career and Technical Courses
9
LA. 1A/ LA. 1B & 1C/ Honors 9 B&C
Explorations in Mathematics/ Algebra 1A&B/ Geometery A&B
Intro. To Concepts in Science/ General Science/ Physical Sci. A&B/ Biology A&B
Social Studies Survey
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
Keyboarding/ Art 1/ Intro to Business/ Welding
Elective Survey 9
9
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
Biology A&B
Social Studies Survey
10
LA. 2/ Honors 10
Algebra 1A&B/ Geometry A&B/ Algebra 2 A&B
Social Studies Survey
Small Engines/ Auto Svc. & Maint./ Beg. Food/ Woods A
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
Basic Drafting (DRF 142)/ Architecture 1A&1B (CST 110)
11
LA. 3/ Honors 11
Algebra 2 A&B/ Pre-Calculus A&B
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
Chemistry or Physics/ Intro to College Biology
US History/ Honors US History
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
Computer Applications/ Bus. Mgt. 1&2/ Accounting 1&2/ Woods A&B
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
CAD 1 (DRF 167 & 141)/ Architecture 2A&2B (DRF 137)
12
English 12/ AP Literature
Algebra 2 A&B/ Pre-Calculus A&B/ AP Calculus
Chemistry or Physics
Citizenship/ Economics & Global Perspective/ AP European History
Welding 3/ Car Care/ Auto 2: Adv. Mech./ Photo 1&2: Studio Art/ Personal Fin.
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
CAD 2/ Inventor (DRF 245)/ Architecture 2A&2B (DRF 137)
Electives
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
= Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit   
Springfield High School - Springfield
Grade English Math Science Social Studies Electives Career and Technical Courses
9
Explorations in Mathematics/ Algebra 1A&B/ Geometery A&B
Social Studies Survey
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
Keyboarding/ Art 1/ Intro to Business/ Welding
Elective Survey 9
9
Intro. To Concepts in Science/ General Science/ Physical Sci. A&B/ Biology A&B
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
Biology A&B
Social Studies Survey
10
LA. 2/ Honors 10
Algebra 1A&B/ Geometry A&B/ Algebra 2 A&B
Social Studies Survey
Small Engines/ Auto Svc. & Maint./ Beg. Food/ Woods A
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
Basic Drafting (DRF 142)/ Architecture 1A&1B (CST 110)
11
LA. 3/ Honors 11
Algebra 2 A&B/ Pre-Calculus A&B
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
Chemistry or Physics/ Intro to College Biology
US History/ Honors US History
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
Computer Applications/ Bus. Mgt. 1&2/ Accounting 1&2/ Woods A&B
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
CAD 1 (DRF 167 & 141)/ Architecture 2A&2B (DRF 137)
12
English 12/ AP Literature
Algebra 2 A&B/ Pre-Calculus A&B/ AP Calculus
Chemistry or Physics
Citizenship/ Economics & Global Perspective/ AP European History
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
CAD 2/ Inventor (DRF 245)/ Architecture 2A&2B (DRF 137)
Electives
Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit
= Dual Credit, College Now, Early College Credit   
Lane Community College - Drafting 1-Year Certificate

Drafting - One-Year Certificate of Completion

Purpose To prepare students for careers in architectural and mechanical drafting. The profession requires attention to detail and the ability to learn mathematical, visual, and communication skills. Architectural Drafters may work for a residential designer, a structural engineer, an architect, a cabinet shop, or a construction firm. Mechanical Drafters may work in the manufacture of electronics, precision sheet metal, heavy equipment, steel fabrication, process piping, and plastics.

Learning Outcomes The graduate of the one-year program will:

  • demonstrate basic competence in the use of at least one CAD software program. (Setup a drawing, create and modify text and geometry, use associative dimensioning correctly, create, store, and use blocks or symbols, manage object properties including linetype and layer, create objects in three dimensions, and print or plot drawings using a correct scale.)
  • demonstrate basic graphical literacy.
  • explain basic standard practices in architectural and mechanical drafting.
  • interpret the concepts of a problem-solving task and translate them into mathematical language, and solve using mathematical operations.
1st Yr
Fall
CS 120 (4)
Concepts of Computing: Information Processing or higher computer Science course
DRF 142 (2)
Graphic Concepts
DRF 167 (4)
CAD 1
MTH 075 (4)
Applied Algebra for Technicians or higher mathmatics
1st Yr
Winter
CST 122 (2)
Construction Codes
DRF 168 (4)
CAD 2
DRF 208 (4)
Residential Buildings

Human Relations Requirement (3)

MTH 085 (4)
Applied Geometry for Technicians or higher mathematics
1st Yr
Spring
DRF 121 (4)
Mechanical Drafting
DRF 137 (4)
Architectural Drafting-Plans
DRF 206 (2)
Co-op Ed: Drafting Seminar
DRF 245 (3)
Solid Modeling
WR 121 (4)
Intro to Acedemic Writing or higher writing
Lane Community College - Drafting AAS
1st Yr
Fall
CS 120 (4)
Concepts of Computing: Information Processing or higher computer science
DRF 142 (2)
Graphic Concepts
DRF 167 (4)
CAD 1
MTH 075 (4)
Applied Algebra for Technicians or higher mathematics
1st Yr
Winter
CST 122 (2)
Construction Codes
DRF 168 (4)
CAD 2
DRF 208 (4)
Residential Buildings

Human Relations Requirement (3)

MTH 085 (4)
Applied Geometry for Technicians (or higher)
1st Yr
Spring
DRF 121 (4)
Mechanical Drafting
DRF 137 (4)
Architectural Drafting-Plans
DRF 206 (2)
Co-op Ed: Drafting Seminar
DRF 245 (3)
Solid Modeling
WR 121 (4)
Intro to Academic Writing
2nd Yr
Fall
DRF 205 (4)
Statics
DRF 210 (4)
Commercial Buildings
DRF 232 (4)
Mechanical Design
DS 155 (1)
Heavy Equipment Hydraulics

PE/ Health Requirement (3)

2nd Yr
Winter
DRF 207 (4)
Drafting:Strengths of Materials
DRF 220 (4)
Building Information Modeling
DRF 233 (4)
Geometric Tolerancing
WR 227 (4)
Technical Writing
2nd Yr
Spring
DRF 211 (4)
Sustainable Building Systems
DRF 234 (4)
Power Trains & Accessories Design
ET 121 (2)
Shop Practices
ENGR 280D (3)
Co-op Ed: Drafting