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This course has been changed to ARCH2936This course will introduce BIM (Building Information Modeling) for site development using the Autodesk Revit Architecture software.1ARCH2370 or previous Revit experienceARCH2950View
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
Architectural Commercial Technology IIThe goal of this course is the production of a set of construction drawings for a commercial building project where poured and pre-cast concrete, steel and CMU cavity wall are the primary structural building materials. The course utilizes a team approach to the project to foster the critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork skills required in industry. Emphasis will also be given to increasing drafting proficiency of work sharing and BIM techniques.5ARCH2121ARCH2141View
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 Commercial Technology IIn this course, students will create construction documents with advanced drafting techniques using BIM software. Students will also be introduced to the use of load bearing masonry and structural steel framing systems in the context of a large-scale building project.5ARCH1011, ARCH2370 and ARCH2466ARCH2121View
Architectural Residential Technology IIThis course will reinforce sound drafting and design processes and increase BIM proficiency. The students will produce a set of construction drawings for a three level multi-family townhouse project.5ARCH1008, ARCH1101, and recommended concurrent enrollment in ARCH2370ARCH1011View
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
R-410A Certification TrainingThese newly manufactured R-410A air conditioning systems will require contractors and technicians to shift to different tools and equipment, safety standards and fundamentals when installing, changing out (retrofitting) older split A/C systems, and repairing systems in the field. R-410A operates at significantly higher pressures and refrigeration capacity. This course will prepare you for these new challenges, and with successful completion of the certification exam, show evidence of your professional ability to safely handle and work with this new generation of refrigerants and air conditioners.1An understanding of the operation of a Refrigeration/ Air Conditioning systemHVAC1175View
Refrigerant Transition and RecoveryThis course provides the information required to prepare students for EPA Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification. The certification examination will be administered upon completion of this training. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.1An understanding of a Refrigeration System operationHVAC1050View
Pharmacology for Practical NursesThis course contains nursing theory and skills related to the general principles of medication administration. Terminology, abbreviations, and knowledge of medications required to interpret physician orders are emphasized. Preparation and administration of medications via oral, topical, and parenteral routes are practiced and demonstrated. Skills lab is required in preparation for clinical participation. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4Admission into the practical nursing programNURS1141View