Associate in Applied Science
Chairperson: Dr. Christine M. LaPlante
Hudson Hall, Room 129, (518) 629-7355
This program has been deactivated effective Fall 2013 and as such, applications are no longer being accepted.
Applications are being accepted for admission into the Computer Aided Drafting Certificate program.
The Computer Aided Drafting program prepares students to enter a position in industry with a background in planning, product utilization and evaluation, production supervision, management, and technical sales. The graduates are capable of analyzing problems, drafting and design, as well as recommending, implementing and supervising. They satisfy the need for technicians in the industrial sector.
Students may elect coursework in both technology and business that will enable them to focus their course of study toward either the area of drafting or management.
Most courses for this program also are offered late afternoon and evening.
Program Entrance Requirements
||High School Average
|Algebra or 1 unit of academic math (70 or above in the course)
||70 or above
The estimated cost of books for the student enrolled in the first full-time term, in courses CNST 120 , IDLT 100, IDLT 105, IDLT 110 and MATH 105 would be approximately $705.