About Step Chart A.S. Architecture Design A.S. Architecture Technology Certificate Architecture Technology  
Students wishing to finish their degree and transfer within two years are strongly advised to follow the step chart below.  Please note that class scheduling is dependent on state funds and available resources. Students should also consult a counselor for breadth requirements as well as math and physics requirements for transfer institutions.

Diablo Valley College Architectural Program Transfer Requirements: Architecture Design Certificate
 
Semester 1
Fall
Units
Semester 2
Spring
Units
Semester 3
Fall
Units
Semester 4
Spring
Units Semester 5
Fall
Units Semester 6
Spring
Units

History Sequence
 ARCHI 156, 57 or 58
Architectural History
(May be taken any semester in any sequence)
 3

ARCHI 156, 57 or 58
Architectural History
(May be taken any semester in any sequence)

3
ARCHI 156, 57 or 58
Architectural History
(May be taken any semester in any sequence)
3
    APPLY TO TRANSFER SCHOOLS
Design Sequence
ARCHI 120
Intro to Architecture & Environmental Design
3
ARCHI 121
Design I
(Prereq: ARCHI 120)
4
        ARCHI 220
Design II
(Prereq: ARCHI 121 & 130)
4 ARCHI 221
Design III
(Prereq: ARCHI 135 & 220)
4
Graphics Sequence
ARCHI 135
Digital Tools for Architects I
3
ARCHI 130
Architectural Graphics I
3
ARCHI 131
Architectural Graphics II
(Prereq: ARCHI 130)
3
ARCHI 136 
Digital Tools for Architects II
3
Practice Sequence
            ARCHI 244
Practice & Working Drawings
3

ARCHI 215
Portfolio Workshop

1
Construction Sequence
  ARCHI 105
Architectural Assembly
& Fabrication
(Currently Not Offered)
 1
    ARCHI 144
Materials of Construction
3
   
Energy & Building Systems
           
ARCHI 207
Environmental Control Systems
(Currently Not Offered)
3

Total Major Semester Units 10 10 9 9 5 4
GE Units Recommended
  6   6   3   6 6 3
The above sequence is articulated with Cal Poly and UC Berkeley for transfer requirements.  See www.assist.org for more details.
Completion of this certificate does not guarantee admission or transfer to outside universities.
Students are responsible for determining what additional GPA requirements, Gen. Ed,  Math and Physics courses are required for transfer to outside schools