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This course has been changed to ARCH2936This course will introduce BIM (Building Information Modeling) for structural components using the Autodesk Revit Structure software.1NoneARCH2940View
Advanced Revit BIM TechnologyThis course will cover advanced topics and features that are available with the Autodesk Revit software. Students will gain an understanding of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and will learn the tools for family creation, collaboration, massing, advanced rendering, walkthroughs, structural framing and details, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems will be implemented.4ARCH2370 OR Previous Revit experienceARCH2936View
Architectural CAD: 3D Studio MaxThis course will use 3D Studio Max software for modeling and rendering architectural design images. Students will also learn to import images created in other programs to develop and enhance those images into true-to-life scenes.4Architectural Drafting and Design program student or architectural industry experience with current working knowledge of computers ARCH2930View
Photoshop for ArchitectureThis is an advanced course in which students will learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop and how to apply the software in the creation of architectural digital images. Students will be will be involved in hands on supervised projects.4Architectural Drafting and Design program student or architectural industry experience with current working knowledge of computersARCH2920View
InternshipThis course allows the student to gain on-the-job experience in the AEC industry. The student is responsible for finding and setting up the internship position. Two (2) to four (4) credits can be taken, with each credit requiring 40 hours of time spent on the job. Student performance will be monitored by the instructor and evaluated by the employer.2_to_4Instructor approvalARCH2900View
Architectural Technology AdvancementsIn this course students are introduced to innovative technologies that have become essential in the industry. It may include Blue Beam, Navisworks, Energy Analysis, 3D printing, photo-shop, and Google- earth. The technology may be interactive or supplemental to CAD software.2ARCH2370 or previous CAD experience. Recommended ARCH1011, ARCH2121, ARCH2141, and ARCH2466ARCH2850View
Civil Site Plan DevelopmentThis course introduces civil site planning. Through the use of Computer-Aided Design (CAD), the student will produce a set of plans including a subdivision plat with contours, street plan and profile sheets, utilities, site plan, and site details. The topography map will be plotted with accurate cut and fill boundaries.2ARCH1101 or ARCH2370ARCH2800View
Architectural HistoryArchitectural analysis introduces the student to architectural history through development of architectural form and material use. The course is based on western cultures and will include major examples in architecture from Egyptian through European Renaissance to American Colonial architecture to present post modern architecture. This course will provide a basis for understanding of architecture from the perspective of a creative process. The main objective of this course will be to develop student appreciation of past architectural work and to recognize traditional values in architecture.3Basic computer skills are requiredARCH2640View
Capstone: Project Design and ManagementThis course is designed for the entrepreneur. Students will develop a residential project design and manage the drawings and documents for it. They will also produce permit and bid construction documents while consulting with industry professionals. A formal capstone project presentation will be provided by students using visual graphics to feature the details of their work and the challenges they encountered.5ARCH1008 AND ARCH1203 AND ARCH1101 OR ARCH2370 OR Previous CAD ExperienceARCH2562View
Commercial Materials and Methods of ConstructionThis course will introduce the student to the materials and methods commonly encountered in large-scale construction projects. Consideration will be given to the materials, their properties, application techniques and construction practices as well as how these should be represented graphically. Materials to be examined include steel, concrete, masonry, interior and exterior finishes and waterproofing. Students will prepare commercial construction specifications and estimate material costs.2Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901 and ARCH1101 OR ARCH2370 ARCH2466View