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This degree covers the principles of architectural CAD to include basic 2D and 3D AutoCAD application as well as BIM related software covering architectural practices including both residential and light commercial working documents. Emphasis is also placed on architectural delineation using software. Career opportunities include architectural draftsmen, CAD operator, and CAD manager.
| Required Courses: 39.5 units
|ARCH B1||Introduction to Architecture and Environmental Design 1.5|
|ARCH B6||Materials of Construction 3.0|
|ARCH B11||Design and Perspective Drawing 4.0|
|ARCH B12||Basic Graphics, Analysis and Communication Skills 4.0|
|ARCH B16||Digital Tools for Graphics Communication 3.0|
|ARCH B21||Architectural Design Fundamentals I 4.0|
|ARCH B22||Architectural Design Fundamentals II 4.0|
|ARCH B33||Architectural Computer Practice 3.0|
|INDR B11||Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CAD) 1.0|
|MATH B1a||Precalculus I 4.0|
|MATH B6a||Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (4.0)|
|PHYS B2a||General Physics-Mechanics and Heat 4.0|
|INDR B20a||Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CAD) 3.0|