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Engineering Graphics and Animation (DDT)

(Wallace and Sparks Campuses, Easterling Correctional Facility)

Program Description:

The Engineering Graphics and Animation program prepares students for employment as entry level drafters. The program is  Computer Assisted Drafting (CAD). Students will receive training in fundamentals of CAD drafting with introductory courses in the fields of mechanical and architectural drafting.

Career Opportunities:

A student completing the degree requirements will be able to find employment with  engineers, various government subcontractors, machine shops, architects, electrical engineers, structural engineers, civil engineers, and home builders.  

Skills Needed:

Students will learn many technical skills required in the area of drafting and design. Among the technical skills learned through each course you take, you can also look forward to obtaining the following skills:
  • Ability to use AutoCAD® software to create design plans for residential or commercial products
  • Ability to read and create blueprints
  • Ability to communicate technical information to a variety of people and scenarios

Expected Earnings/Salary:

Architectural and Civil Drafters

CATALOG INFORMATION (Course Requirements)(pdf)

Gainful Employment Information


Contact Information

Mr. Mike Jernigan
Engineering Graphics and Animation Instructor
E-mail mjernigan@wallace.edu
334-983-3521x2261 - Dothan

Mr. Derek Crawford
Engineering Graphics and Animation Instructor
E-mail dcrawford@wallace.edu
334-687-3543x4236 - Eufaula

Mr. Farron Bledsoe
Engineering Graphics and Animation Instructor
E-mail fbledsoe@wallace.edu
334-687-3543x2105 - Easterling