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Architecture Associate Degree                                               materials of sustainable architecture, the primary organiza-
Architecture Transfer Option                                                tions that are promoting and encouraging sustainability in
                                                                            architecture, and LEED standards and scoring.
Architectural CAD Drafting Certificate                                 •    Understand and demonstrate an ability to work with the
3D Visualization Certificate                                                building design process as a problem solving approach to
                                                                            devise a building to meet client needs.
Architecture graduates assist architects and others in prepar-
ing plans and specifications. Many also work for builders and          Architecture Transfer Option
contractors, land developers, remodelers, facility and property        This plan of study should be considered in order to enhance a
managers, and with building product manufacturers and retailers.       student’s opportunity for transferring to a four-year institution with
The Columbus job market for architecture graduates is remaining        a major in architecture. This transfer option contains additional
strong as Columbus continues to grow.                                  course requirements in mathematics and the physical sciences and
                                                                       fewer architecture courses than the basic Architecture program.
Columbus State’s associate degree program in Architecture teaches      The student interested in this track should consult with an aca-
manual and CAD drafting, product selection and specification, and      demic advisor in the department at the start of the program. The
code evaluation skills used daily in the occupation. Students in the   transfer option provides the student with the same degree as the
program share common courses in materials, structures, blueprint       regular program option in Architecture, an Associate of Applied
reading and co-op work experiences with other programs in the          Science degree.
Construction Sciences Department. This provides architecture
students with a strong foundation of technical skills and a sense      Architectural CAD Drafting Certificate
of the teamwork required in the construction industry.                 Over the past couple of decades CAD drafting has become a nec-
                                                                       essary tool for architects, engineers and other related professions.
The Architecture program provides students with a solid edu-           The courses in this certificate will provide students with training
cational background in communication skills, math, computer            in the two most popular CAD programs in use today, AutoCAD
literacy and operations, and humanities and behavioral sciences.       and MicroStation. Upon completion of these courses, the student
                                                                       will have a functional understanding of how to use each program.
Upon completion of the Associate Degree in Architecture, the
graduate will be able to:                                              However, it should be emphasized that if the student wishes to
•   Use traditional manual drafting and drawing methods to             have a greater understanding of architecture or engineering, then
    express relevant ideas graphically, including orthographic         additional coursework in the desired field should be pursued. A
    projection, one-point and two-point perspective, isometric         greater understanding of what one is drafting will be necessary
    and axonometric drawing generation.                                for those seeking CAD drafting positions in today’s job market.
•   Use current CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) and 3D mod-              Therefore, this certificate is best suited for those individuals who
    eling software to prepare architectural drawings and other         already have an understanding of manual drafting or already have
    applicable graphics.                                               experience in a related field.
•   Understand, interpret, organize, and generate architectural
    drawings.                                                          NOTE: The ARCH 110 manual drafting prerequisite may be
•   Understand and be familiar with the relationship and coor-         waived for those individuals with prior manual drafting or other
    dination implications between architectural and engineering        related work experience. Please see an Architecture advisor for
    drawings (site, structural, electrical, lighting, mechanical and   permission to waive the manual drafting prerequisite.
    plumbing).
•   Research materials, consult with industry experts, and use CSI
                                                                       3D Visualization Certificate
    (Construction Specification Institute) standards relevant to
                                                                       This post-associate certificate program will provide students with
    the preparation of architectural drawings and specifications.
                                                                       advanced coursework in 3D modeling, rendering and animation.
•   Use applicable building and zoning codes relevant to the
                                                                       Two separate tracks of study are available. One track concentrates
    preparation of architectural drawings and specifications.
                                                                       upon the use of form•Z while the other track concentrates upon
•   Understand the basic principles of detailing building struc-
                                                                       the use of Autodesk 3ds Max. The student may choose to pursue
    tures utilizing wood, steel, and concrete manuals and hand-
                                                                       one track or the other or may choose to do both.
    books.
•   Understand and be familiar with project coordination, total
                                                                       This certificate is geared towards professionals and students with
    project development, and professional practice.
                                                                       prior experience in architecture, interior design, graphic design,
•   Understand and be familiar with the basic principles and
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or other related field. Prerequisites for entering this certificate                                          ARCH 242              3D Visualization: form•Z I .....................................................4
program: associate degree or higher in a related field of study;                                             ARCH 274              Revit Architecture ...................................................................3
                                                                                                             ARCH 276              SketchUp .................................................................................2
completion of 50 or more credit hours within a related field of                                              ARCH 282              Sustainable Design Strategies .................................................3
study; or permission from a faculty member.                                                                  ARCH 283              Sustainable Energy Performance ............................................3
                                                                                                             ARCH 291              Field Experience ....................................................................3
                                                                                                             ARCH 299              Special Topics in Architecture ............................................ 1-5
*Sustainable Building Certificate                                                                            CMGT 105              Building Construction Documents .........................................3
See Environmental Science, Safety and Health for information                                                 CMGT 215              Introduction to Building Information Modeling (BIM)…… ..3
and plan of study.                                                                                           CMGT 282              Sustainable Construction ........................................................3
                                                                                                             LAND 101              Landscape Principles .............................................................3
                                                                                                             LAND 206              Landscape Graphics ...............................................................4


Architecture Associate Degree                                                                                Architecture Transfer Option
COURSE                                                                                       CR              COURSE                                                                                       CR
Quarter 1                                                                                                    Quarter 1
ARCH 110   Construction Drafting: Manual I ............................................2                     ARCH 110   Construction Drafting: Manual I.............................................2
CIVL 120   Basic Construction Materials .................................................3                   CIVL 120   Basic Construction Materials .................................................3
CMGT 121   Building Construction Drawings ...........................................3                       CMGT 121   Building Construction Drawings ...........................................3
ENGL 101   Beginning Composition .........................................................3                  ENGL 101   Beginning Composition .........................................................3
MATH 104   Intermediate Algebra ..............................................................5              MATH 151   Calculus and Analytical Geometry I ......................................5
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................16            TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................16

Quarter 2                                                                                                    Quarter 2
ARCH 111   Architectural Drafting: Manual II .........................................4                      ARCH 111   Architectural Drafting: Manual II .........................................4
ARCH 112   Construction Drafting: CAD I ...............................................2                     ARCH 112   Construction Drafting: CAD I ................................................2
ENGL 102   Essay and Research ................................................................3              ENGL 102   Essay and Research ................................................................3
MATH 148   College Algebra .....................................................................5            MATH 152   Calculus and Analytical Geometry II .....................................5
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................14            TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................14

Quarter 3                                                                                                    Quarter 3
ARCH 100   Introduction to the History of Architecture ............................5                         ARCH 100   Introduction to the History of Architecture ............................5
ARCH 113   Architectural Drafting: CAD II ...............................................2                   ARCH 113   Architectural Drafting: CAD II ...............................................2
ARCH 155   Residential Construction/Wood Structures .............................3                           ARCH 155   Residential Construction/Wood Structures .............................3
ARCH 161   Presentation Drawings ............................................................3               ARCH 161   Presentation Drawings ............................................................3
MECH 130   Statics ......................................................................................4   MECH 130   Statics ......................................................................................4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................17            TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................17

Quarter 4                                                                                                    Quarter 4
ARCH 214   Electricity (First Term)............................................................2             ARCH 214   Electricity (First Term)............................................................2
ARCH 215   Lighting (Second Term) ..........................................................2                ARCH 215   Lighting (Second Term) ..........................................................2
MECH 242   Strength of Materials...............................................................4             MECH 242   Strength of Materials...............................................................4
SSCI XXX   Social Science 100, 101, 102, SOC 239 (or) GEOG 240 .......5                                      SSCI XXX   Social Science 100, 101, 102, SOC 239 (or) GEOG 240 .......5
COMM 105   Speech (or)                                                                                       COMM 105   Speech (or)
COMM 110   Conference and Group Discussion..........................................3                        COMM 110   Conference and Group Discussion..........................................3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................16            TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................16

Quarter 5                                                                                                    Quarter 5
ARCH 114   Architectural Drafting: CAD III .............................................2                    ARCH 114   Architectural Drafting: CAD III .............................................2
ARCH 221   Design Studio I .......................................................................3          ARCH 221   Design Studio I .......................................................................3
ARCH 232   Building Construction Standards ...........................................3                      ARCH 232   Building Construction Standards ...........................................3
ARCH 250   Building Enclosure Materials ................................................3                    ARCH 250   Building Enclosure Materials ................................................3
LAND 152   Site Planning ..........................................................................4         LAND 152   Site Planning ..........................................................................4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................15            TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................15

Quarter 6                                                                                                    Quarter 6
ARCH 223   Design Studio II ......................................................................3          ARCH 223   Design Studio II ......................................................................3
ARCH 237   Structures: Steel, Concrete and Masonry ................................4                         ARCH 237   Structures: Steel, Concrete and Masonry ................................4
COMM 204   Technical Writing ...................................................................3            COMM 204   Technical Writing ...................................................................3
ENVR 282   Sustainable Building Strategies ..............................................3                   ENVR 282   Sustainable Building Strategies ..............................................3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................13            PHYS 117   College Physics (Mechanical and Heat) .................................5
                                                                                                             TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................18
Quarter 7
ARCH 266   Working Drawings .................................................................5               Quarter 7
ARCH 270   Professional Practice and Management ..................................3                          PHYS 118   College Physics (Electricity, Magnetism and Light) .............5
XXX XXX    Technical Elective ..................................................................3            ARCH 270   Professional Practice and Management ..................................3
HUM XXX    Humanities 111, 112, 113, 151, 152 (or) 224 ..........................5                           HUM XXX    Humanities 111, 112, 113, 151, 152 (or) 224 ..........................5
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................16            TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ............................................................................13
TOTAL DEGREE CREDIT HOURS ........................................................107                        TOTAL DEGREE CREDIT HOURS ........................................................109

Technical Electives must be selected from the following list of courses:
ARCH 115         MicroStation CAD Drafting I .................................................3
ARCH 240         3D Modeling and Rendering: AutoCAD ................................3
3D Visualization Certificate                                                                             Course Descriptions
COURSE                                                                                           CR      ARCH 100 Introduction to the History of Architecture
Quarter 1
                                                                                                         (A, W, SP)                                                 5 credits
form•Z track                                                                                             This course studies the fundamental elements of architecture, its devel-
ARCH 242             3D Visualization: form•Z I .....................................................4   opment, and its meaning to various cultures throughout western history.
                     (or)                                                                                Architecture is viewed from the perspectives of form, function, interior
3ds Max track
                                                                                                         and exterior space, technological development, and landscape. ARCH
ARCH 246      3D Visualization: 3ds Max I ...................................................4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ..............................................................................4       100 meets elective requirements in the Associate of Arts and Associate
                                                                                                         of Science degree programs.
Quarter 2                                                                                                Lecture: 5 hours – Lab: 0 hours
form•Z track                                                                                             Prerequisite: ENGL 101       Lab fee: $9.00
ARCH 243             3D Visualization: form•Z II ....................................................4
                     (or)                                                                                ARCH 110 Construction Drafting: Manual I
3ds Max track                                                                                            (A, W, SP, SU)                                                 2 credits
ARCH 247      3D Visualization: 3ds Max II ..................................................4           This course presents basic concepts and fundamentals of drafting espe-
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ..............................................................................4       cially for the building construction industry and covers the use of drawing
                                                                                                         instruments, lettering practices, basic line work, dimension procedures
Quarter 3                                                                                                and an introduction to orthographic projection.
form•Z and 3ds Max track                                                                                 Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 3 hours         Lab fee: $15.00
ARCH 252      Post Production .......................................................................3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ..............................................................................3
                                                                                                         ARCH 111 Architectural Drafting: Manual II (A, W, SP)
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS ................................................11
                                                                                                                                                                       4 credits
                                                                                                         This course is intended to develop the skills of drafting especially for
                                                                                                         building construction and covers the use of lettering practices, line qual-
                                                                                                         ity and weights, dimension procedures, orthographic projection, and the
Architectural CAD Drafting Certificate
                                                                                                         drawing of plans, sections and elevations.
COURSE                                                                                       CR          Lecture: 2 hours – Lab: 6 hours
Quarter 1                                                                                                Prerequisite: ARCH 110       Lab fee: $15.00
ARCH 112   Construction Drafting: CAD I ...............................................2
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ..............................................................................2       ARCH 112 Construction Drafting: CAD I (A, W, SP, SU)
                                                                                                                                                                        2 credits
Quarter 2                                                                                                This course is an introduction to the basic features of AutoCAD. Emphasis
ARCH 113   Architectural Drafting: CAD II ..............................................2
                                                                                                         is placed on the basic display, drawing, editing, dimensioning, and text
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ..............................................................................2
                                                                                                         commands required for the elementary use of AutoCAD. Lectures, in-class
Quarter 3                                                                                                demonstrations, and hands on work sessions are employed as teaching
ARCH 114   Architectural Drafting: CAD III ............................................2                 tools during the course. The course uses the current release of AutoCAD.
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ..............................................................................2       Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 3 hours
                                                                                                         Prerequisite: ARCH 110 or permission of instructor
Quarter 4                                                                                                Lab fee: $15.00
ARCH 115   MicroStation CAD Drafting I .................................................3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS ..............................................................................3
                                                                                                         ARCH 113 Architectural Drafting: CAD II (A, W, SP, SU)
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS ..................................................9
                                                                                                                                                                       2 credits
                                                                                                         This course introduces students to the intermediate features of AutoCAD
                                                                                                         and builds upon the basics learned in ARCH 112. Emphasis is placed on
                                                                                                         advanced dimensioning features, hatching, attributes, external references
                                                                                                         and paper/model space. Several small projects will be created utilizing
                                                                                                         these features. Lectures, in-class demonstrations, and hands-on work
                                                                                                         sessions are employed as teaching tools during the course. The course
                                                                                                         uses current release of AutoCAD.
                                                                                                         Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 3 hours
                                                                                                         Prerequisite: ARCH 112         Lab fee: $15.00

                                                                                                         ARCH 114 Architectural Drafting: CAD III (A, W, SP, SU)
                                                                                                                                                                    2 credits
                                                                                                         This course introduces students to the advanced features of AutoCAD
                                                                                                         and builds upon ARCH 113. Emphasis is placed the use of additional
                                                                                                         two-dimensional drafting commands. The student will learn the tools
                                                                                                         necessary to create a set of working drawings for a residential project.
                                                                                                         Lectures, in-class demonstrations, and hands-on work sessions are
                                                                                                         employed as teaching tools during the course. The course uses current
                                                                                                         release of AutoCAD.
                                                                                                         Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 3 hours
                                                                                                         Prerequisite: ARCH 113        Lab fee: $15.00
ARCH 115 MicroStation CAD Drafting I (W)                      3 credits        ARCH 232 Building Construction Standards (A, SP) 3 credits
This course is to provide training in the use of basic display, drawing,       This course focuses primarily on building and zoning codes. Emphasis
manipulation, dimensioning, text, cell, reference files and plotting com-      is placed on the OBBC (Ohio Basic Building Code) and the Columbus,
mands required to the elementary use of Bentley MicroStation. After            Ohio zoning code. Other areas of study include the influence of profes-
mastering system basics, students will be given individual projects.           sional associations, manufacturers, and testing laboratories in design and
Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 5 hours                                                 construction documents; CSI specifications, their organization, content
Prerequisite: ARCH 110 or permission of instructor                             and relationship to other contract documents; and professional practice
Lab fee: $15.00                                                                in architecture.
                                                                               Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 5 hours
ARCH 155 Residential Construction/Wood Structures (A, SP)                      Prerequisite: CMGT 121 Lab fee: $12.00
                                                                  3 credits
This course outlines the various phases of residential construction for site   ARCH 237 Structures: Steel, Concrete and Masonry (W, SU)
analysis to finish material installations, including conventional wood fram-                                                                4 credits
ing, floor and roof truss framing, heavy timber/post and beam construction,    This course presents basic conceptual and practical structural design
and various plywood panel construction techniques. Additional topics           concepts. Steel, concrete and masonry structures are studied and evalu-
discussed include the design and use of floor joist span charts, simple        ated mathematically. The student will learn how to evaluate and design
beam and footing design, as well as roof and foundation design. This           beams and columns in both steel and concrete. Other topics include bear-
course concludes with the choice of building a structural/framing model        ing plate/base plate design, bolted and welded connections, concrete and
or preparing a PowerPoint presentation of a residential construction task.     masonry wall design. Drafting projects require the use of CAD and will
Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 5 hours                                                 focus on structural elements.
Prerequisite: CIVL 120 Lab fee: $12.00                                         Lecture: 2 hours – Lab: 6 hours
                                                                               Prerequisite: MATH 148, ARCH 114 and MECH 242
ARCH 161 Presentation Drawings (A, SP)                      3 credits          Lab fee: $12.00
ARCH 161 is a manual drafting course that is designed to serve as a basis
for presentation drawings by hand or using the computer. Problems              ARCH 240 3D Modeling and Rendering: AutoCAD
are designed to strengthen the student’s understanding of 3D drawing           (On Demand)                                                 3 credits
principles, and to use those principles in order to solve drawing and          Course is an introduction to presentation drawing techniques using com-
design issues.                                                                 puter applications. The course will focus on three-dimensional modeling,
Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 6 hours                                                 rendering and other applications useful to the profession.
Prerequisite: ARCH 111 Lab fee: $15.00                                         Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 5 hours
                                                                               Prerequisite: ARCH 113 and ARCH 161            Lab fee: $12.00
ARCH 214 Electricity (W, SU)                               2 credits
This course studies the electrical code, electrical systems, standards,
conventional symbols, nomenclature, layouts and fixture and equipment          ARCH 242 3D Visualization: form•Z I (A)                   4 credits
schedules. Coordination of electrical work with the elements of the            This course is an introduction to three-dimensional computer modeling
building is emphasized.                                                        using form•Z. Basic modeling functions, lighting, material applications
Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 2 hours                                                 and rendering will be studied. This course focuses on techniques and
Prerequisite: CMGT 121      Lab fee: $6.00                                     methods applicable to architects, interior designers and other building
                                                                               related professions.
ARCH 215 Lighting (W, SU)                                      2 credits       Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 7 hours
This course deals with the fundamentals of lighting within buildings. The      Prerequisite: Associate degree or higher, or 50 completed hours within
appropriate quantity of lighting is calculated and the appropriate selection   Architecture program, or permission of instructor
and placement of lighting within a space is studied.                           Lab fee: $15.00
Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 3 hours
Prerequisite: CMGT121          Lab fee: $6.00                                  ARCH 243 3D Visualization: form•Z II (W)                       4 credits
                                                                               This course builds upon the fundamentals learned in ARCH 242 and
ARCH 221 Design Studio I (W)                                   3 credits       focuses on more advanced techniques. Emphasis is placed on advanced
This course is built around the design process and design logic and will       modeling techniques, the mapping of realistic finishes, and the replication
also include an emphasis on working either alone or as part of a team.         of real-world interior and exterior lighting conditions. The fundamentals
The design theme may include emphasis on sustainable architecture as           of architectural animation are also studied.
the primary design goal. When sustainable architecture is the framework        Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 7 hours
of the course, lectures and research assignments will include lessons on       Prerequisite: ARCH 242       Lab fee: $15.00
solar energy, conservation practices, building materials, and other aspects
of sustainability.                                                             ARCH 246 3D Visualization: 3ds Max I (SP)                   4 credits
Lecture: 2 hours – Lab: 6 hours                                                This course is an introduction to three-dimensional computer modeling
Prerequisite: ARCH111 and ARCH114 or permission of instructor                  using 3ds Max. Basic modeling functions, lighting, material applications
Lab fee: $20.00                                                                and rendering will be studied. This course focuses on techniques and
                                                                               methods applicable to architects, interior designers and other building
ARCH 223 Design Studio II (SP)                             3 credits           related professions.
This course is built on the foundations laid by ARCH 221 and includes          Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 7 hours
discussions of design principles. Students will develop a work on vari-        Prerequisite: Associate degree or higher, or 50 completed hours within
ous design projects including a small and complex architectural project.       Architecture program, or permission of instructor
Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 6 hours                                                 Lab fee: $15.00
Prerequisite: ARCH 221 or permission of instructor
Lab fee: $20.00
ARCH 247 3D Visualization: 3ds Max II (SU)                     4 credits        ARCH 276 SketchUp (A, SP)                                         2 credits
This course builds upon the fundamentals learned in ARCH 246 and will           To introduce the student to SketchUp V.5, a software package developed
focus on more advanced techniques. Emphasis is placed on advanced               for the conceptual stages of design. SketchUp V.5 is a deceptively simple,
modeling techniques, the mapping of realistic finishes, and the replication     amazingly powerful tool for creating, viewing, and modifying 3D ideas
of real-world interior and exterior lighting conditions. The fundamentals       quickly and easily. SketchUp was developed to combine the elegance and
of architectural animation are also studied.                                    spontaneity of pencil sketching and the flexibility of today’s digital media.
Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 7 hours                                                  Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 2 hours        Lab fee: $10.00
Prerequisite: ARCH 246        Lab fee: $15.00
                                                                                ARCH 282 Sustainable Design Strategies (A, SP)                  3 credits
ARCH 250 Building Enclosure Materials (A, SP)                3 credits          ARCH 282 will introduce the student to the issues and concepts related
This course is designed to expand on the knowledge gained in CIVL               to sustainable design. The impact of the building’s site, energy efficiency,
120, with the study of how such materials and others are combined to            the use of renewable forms of energy, including solar energy, will be
form the building shell. The course focuses on the separation between           studied as it relates to building design. Projects will be assigned on a
exterior and interior environments. Topics covered include roofing, glass,      regular basis and will be adaptable to the varied backgrounds of students.
windows and doors, walls, foundations, and interior finishes, vertical          Lecture: 3 hours
transportation and acoustics.                                                   Prerequisite: ENVR 282 or permission of instructor
Lecture: 2 hours – Lab: 3 hours                                                  Lab Fee: $10.00
Prerequisite: CIVL 120 Lab fee: $12.00
                                                                                ARCH 283 Sustainable Energy Performance (W, SU)                3 credits
ARCH 252 Post Production (On Demand)                         3 credits          Students become familiar with the concept of thermal transfer, the energy
This course presents the fundamentals of post-editing computer render-          characteristics of various building energy systems and components, and
ings. Emphasis is placed upon adding people and trees, correcting the           learn how to compare the projected performance characteristics of one
lighting levels and applying different filter effects.                          building model against another. The object is to learn an approach that
Lecture: 2 hours – Lab: 2 hours                                                 enables well-informed decisions to be made that will affect sustainability.
Prerequisite: ARCH 242 or ARCH 246            Lab fee: 15.00                    Lecture: 3 hours
                                                                                Prerequisite: ENVR 282 or permission of instructor
ARCH 266 Working Drawings (W, SU)                           5 credits           Lab fee: $10.00
This course both introduces the student to the practice of working draw-
ings and integrates knowledge based on all prior architectural courses.         ARCH 291 Field Experience (SU)                             3 credits
Part of the course focuses on individual tasks, such as the generation of       Off-campus work experience in architecture, consulting engineering, or
details, schedules, and plans, while another part of the course will focus      construction-related paid employment that augments formal education
on work generated in a group setting, simulating a team effort common           received in the technology, with actual work conditions and job experi-
to a modern architectural office.                                               ence. “N” credit will not be allowed for this course.
Lecture: 2 hour – Lab: 6 hours                                                  Lecture: 0 hours – Lab: 36 hours
Prerequisite: ARCH 114, ARCH 232 and ARCH 250
 Lab fee: $20.00                                                                ARCH 299 Special Topics in Architecture (On Demand)
                                                                                                                                        1-5 credits
ARCH 270 Professional Practice and Management (A, SP)                           ARCH 299 provides an opportunity for detailed examination of selected
                                                             3 credits          topics in Architecture.
Students learn about planning projects, defining project scope and translat-    Lecture and Lab hours: Vary depending upon topic
ing physical needs into building area, developing alternative solutions,        Prerequisite: Varies based upon topic    Lab fee: $10.00
preparing schedules and estimates, coordinating work efforts, and other
practical factors. The student must consider physical constraints, code
implications, costs, bidding, construction sequencing and practices, design
goals, and working with consultants.
Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 5 hours
Prerequisite: ARCH 250 or permission of instructor
Lab fee: $10.00

ARCH 274 Revit Architecture (A, W, SP, SU)                        3 credits
Revit Architecture focuses on the first fully parametric architectural design
software, which allows buildings to be designed and drawn “virtually”,
instead of being developed with conventional 2D drawings. Users ex-
amine their designs from any direction in order to better visualize them.
Once created, the Building Information Model (BIM) can be tested,
analyzed, and quantified. Basic concepts of REVIT® Architecture will be
explored in this course to design, change, and document a building using
this revolutionary new parametric building modeler software.
Lecture: 1 hour – Lab: 5 hours
Prerequisite: ARCH 111 and ARCH 112 or permission of instructor
Lab fee: $15.00
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