ITI offers specializations in piping, civil/structural, architectural, instrumentation/ electrical, the student chooses 2 areas of specialization. Studies begin with courses in practical mathematics including general math, algebra, geometry, Cartesian math and trigonometry. The program continues with an orientation to drafting then an introduction to multiview drawings including techniques of freehand sketching, use of drafting equipment, dimensioning techniques, and auxiliary views. Students progress through a study of pictorial drawing techniques, graphic engineering data and assembly drawing. A thorough study of modern computer aided drafting (CAD) equips the student with highly demanded job skills. Technical writing covers the need and importance of technical communication in the work place.
Graduates will be skilled in producing new drawings by interpreting data from field measurements, notes, and existing drawings. They will be familiar with engineering terminology and basic concepts of their chosen specializations. The graduate will be familiar with using AutoCAD software and Windows Operating Systems to produce drawings.