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Top University in Oklahoma City for Computer Drafting Degrees

Oklahoma City, OK, has a few schools with computer drafting degree programs. Find the best program for you by reading about one school's program offerings and tuition info.

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Students in Oklahoma City can study computer drafting through certificate and degree programs in architectural technology, computer-aided design and civil engineering technology. Based on its scholarship opportunities and solid transfer agreements, the following school is a top option for those wanting to earn a computer drafting degree in Oklahoma City.

  • Winner: Oklahoma State University (OSU) offers an Associate in Applied Science program in architectural technology with an option in CAD-architecture at its Oklahoma City campus. Students can choose from day and evening classes to fit their schedule.

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Category Oklahoma State University - Oklahoma City
Location Oklahoma City, OK
School Type 4-year, primarily associate's, public
Tuition & Fees (2013-2014) $2,661 (in-state), $7,224 (out-of-state)*
Computer Drafting Degrees Offered Associate in Applied Science in Architectural Technology - CAD-Architecture Option
Computer Drafting Degrees Awarded (2012-2013) 5*
Undergraduate Graduation Rate (in 150% of normal degree time) for 2007 entering class 6% for full-time students*

Source: *NCES College Navigator

OSU - Oklahoma City

  • Science and engineering technologies division boasts small class sizes
  • Finish Orange program offers science and engineering technologies students seamless transfer to OSU's Stillwater and Tulsa campuses
  • Scholarships for architectural technology students include the Architecture Endowed Scholarship and Lions Club Architecture Endowed Scholarship, among others

Part of the 5-school Oklahoma State University system, OSU - Oklahoma City had just shy of 7,000 students as of Fall 2013. This campus has bachelor's degree programs in emergency responder administration and aerospace administration, but it primarily awards certificates and associate's degrees in dozens of fields, including an associate's degree in architectural technology with an option in CAD-architecture.

Students in this 5-semester program take four courses in computer-aided drafting, along with classes in construction drawing, 3D modeling and computer applications. Graduates should be prepared to work in architectural drafting or technology, or they might opt to continue their education in a bachelor's degree program.

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