The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the logic and sequential processes behind the naming of a program by comparing real world practices in Design and Drafting. Also by analyzing a survey used on professionals who work in the real world where it relates to the design and drafting fields. Included are instructors who are involved in teaching Design and Drafting programs and senior students majoring in interior design, architecture and Design related programs. Many technical/vocational, community colleges, four-year colleges, polytechnics, and universities have as the name of their program, Drafting and Design without understanding the processes of Design and Drafting. This manuscript encourages the higher education administrators, department heads, chairs, deans, institution presidents and other decision makers to re-evaluate their program naming process.