Architectural Technology Course List

All architecture majors have an advisor in the architecture program with whom they must consult regularly in planning their semester coursework. The total number of courses required for the A.A.S. is 21, with 66 total credit hours. Architecture courses (ARCH prefix) require a grade of C+ or higher. Below is a list of coursework that is typically required for Architectural Technology majors.


Major Course Requirements

Year 1:

• Orientation to Architecture and Construction Technology (AECT 100) 
• Construction Materials (AECT 110)
• Computer Aided Residential Drawing (ARCH 110)
• Architectural Design Graphics (ARCH 125)
• Principles of Wood Frame Construction (CNST 110)
• Architectural design Fundamentals (ARCH 135) 
• Commercial Details (ARCH 220)

Year 2:

• Architectural Design I (ARCH 140) 
• Commercial Building Systems (CNST 210)
• Statics and Strength of Materials (AECT 150)
• Environmental Systems I (AECT280)
• Architectural Design II (ARCH 240)
• Commercial Building Systems (CNST 210)
• Two Unrestricted Electives


Additional Courses

Liberal Arts and Science Requirements (seven courses)

Year 1:

• Mathematics by advisement (MATH ___) 
• Freshman, or Advanced Composition by advisement (ENGL ___)
• General Physics (PHYS 150)
• One Liberal Arts and Sciences Elective

Year 2:

• Public Speaking (COMM 100) 
• History of World and Western Architecture I (HUMN 241)
• History of World and Western Architecture II (HUMN 242)

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Last Updated: 6/24/13