PROJECTED COURSE OFFERINGS
  Fall

Spring

ARCHI 105 x x
ARCHI 110   x
ARCHI 115   x
ARCHI 119 x x
ARCHI 120 x x
ARCHI 121 x x
ARCHI 126 x x
ARCHI 130 x x
ARCHI 131 x x
ARCHI 132    
ARCHI 135 x x
ARCHI 136 x x
CONST 144 x x
ARCHI 150    
ARCHI 156 Fall or Spring
ARCHI 157 Fall or Spring
ARCHI 158 Fall or Spring
ARCHI 160    
ARCHI 165    
ARCHI 220 x x
ARCHI 221   x
ARCHI 226   x
ARCHI 244   x
ARCHI 245    
ARCHI 298    
ARCHI 299    
ARCHI 144 MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION
3 Credits
A study of the performance characteristics of construction materials. Covers testing concepts and procedures. Includes basic properties of metals, concrete, timber, masonry, and roofing materials with emphasis on construction applications.

ARCHI 244 ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE & WORKING DRAWINGS I
3 Credits
Course covers the methods and processes for the interpretation and creation of architectural working drawings and specifications. Topics covered include schematic design, design development, assembly and graphic representation of building elements and the creation of architectural drawings and construction documents. Site plans, foundations, framing systems, bearing walls, structural frames, electrical and mechanical systems in addition to details and cladding systems for floors, walls and roofs are included in course curriculum. Discussion of the Construction Specifications Institute format and use of reference material such as local planning ordinances, building codes, architectural graphic standards, and information published by building product manufacturers are included in course curriculum. Students are introduced to the design review process, standards of practice and graphic representation, and the role of the architect, client and local governing agencies.

ARCHI 245 ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE & WORKING DRAWINGS II
3 Credits
Preparation and interpretation of architectural working drawings and specifications, with emphasis on heavy timber, concrete, masonry, and steel construction. Use of reference material such as local planning ordinances, building codes, architectural graphic standards, and information published by building product manufacturers.

COURSES
  FABRICATION DESIGN DRAWING DIGITAL MEDIA HISTORY & THEORY PRACTICE