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Make your industry certification work for you

Students who have earned any of the following certifications may be eligible to receive college credit in EFSC's drafting and design programs:

  • ADDA Apprentice Drafter (AD) (AMDDA001)
  • Autodesk Certified Associate-AutoCAD (ADESK016)
  • Autodesk Certified Associate-AutoCAD Architecture (ADESK017)
  • Autodesk Certified Professional-AutoCAD (ADESK021)

Eligibility Requirements:
Industry certification must NOT BE EXPIRED at the time the credit will be awarded, and the certification must have been issued within three years prior to enrollment in the program. The student must be currently enrolled in the Drafting & Design Technology Associate in Science degree program, the Drafting College Credit Certificate program or the AutoCAD Foundations College Credit Certificate program.

Read more to see if you qualify to receive free college credit