Architectural Engineer / Construction Management

Associate of Applied Science Degree

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Recommended basic skills standards are

This program prepares students to be technical assistants in architectural or construction firms or to be building product representatives assisting architects, engineers, contractors, manufacturers, and other professionals connected with the building industry.

All students should schedule appointments with Architectural Engineer / Construction Management program advisors before enrolling in class.

Students may complete deficiencies concurrently with the beginning courses in the program. Students not meeting a course prerequisite must have instructor permission to enroll.

General Education Courses

ENG 121

English Composition I: CO1

3

or

 

 

ENG 131

Technical Writing I

(3)

MAT 107

Career Math or higher

3

Nine (9) additional credit hours from list below

9

 

 

15

Select nine (9) credit hours

ART 110

Art Appreciation: AH1

3

CIS 118

Introduction to PC Applications

3

or

 

 

CSC 105

Computer Literacy

(3)

HIS 101

Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650: HI1

3

MUS 120

Music Appreciation: AH1

3

PSY 100

Psychology of Workplace Relationships

3

or

 

 

PSY 101

General Psychology I: SS3

(3)

SPA 101

Conversational Spanish I

3

Course requirements for all emphasis areas

AEC 101

Basic Architectural Drafting

4

AEC 102

Residential Construction Drawing

4

AEC 104

Architectural Drawing Theory

4

AEC 109

Architectural Building Materials I

2

AEC 125

History of Architecture

3

AEC 204

Architectural Graphics

3

AEC 218

Sustainable Building Systems

3

AEC 228

Contracts & the Legal Environment

3

AEC 236

International Building Codes

3

CAD 101

Computer Aided Drafting I

3

 

 

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Emphasis Areas

Architectural

Students choosing this option are trained to be paraprofessionals in architectural, engineering, and construction offices with primary skills of architectural drawing and construction assembly technology.

AEC 202

Architectural Design & Analysis

4

AEC 206

Applied Structure Analysis

3

AEC 209

Architectural Building Materials II

3

AEC 221

Building Electrical/Mechanical Systems

3

AEC 225

Architectural Design & Development

4

CAD 224

Revit Architecture

3

 

 

20

Total Hours for Architectural Degree Emphasis

67

Construction

Students choosing this option will primarily work for a construction company in an administrative capacity doing estimating, scheduling, project management, construction assembly technology, and job-site problem solving.

AEC 206

Applied Structure Analysis

3

AEC 209

Architectural Building Materials II

3

AEC 220

Surveying

3

AEC 221

Building Electrical/Mechanical Systems

3

AEC 222

Estimating & Print Reading

5

AEC 226

Construction Scheduling

3

 

 

20

Total Hours for Construction Degree Emphasis

67

Product Representative

Students choosing this business-oriented option will learn basic selling and marketing techniques. Other items covered include estimating, bid submittals, and furnishing technical information to professionals in the building industry.

AEC 209

Architectural Building Materials II

3

AEC 221

Building Electrical/Mechanical Systems

3

AEC 222

Estimating & Print Reading

5

BUS 115

Introduction to Business

3

BUS 216

Legal Environment of Business

3

MAR 111

Principles of Sales

3

MAR 216

Principles of Marketing

3

 

 

23

Total Hours for Product Rep. Degree Emphasis

70

Certificates

Basic Drafting

AEC 101

Basic Architectural Drafting

4

AEC 104

Architectural Drawing Theory

4

 

 

8

CAD Professional Upgrade

CAD 101

Computer Aided Drafting I

3

CAD 224

Revit Architecture

3

 

 

6

Construction Professional Upgrade

AEC 220

Surveying

3

AEC 222

Estimating & Print Reading

5

AEC 226

Construction Scheduling

3

 

 

11

Intermediate Drafting

AEC 101

Basic Architectural Drafting

4

AEC 102

Residential Construction Drawing

4

AEC 104

Architectural Drawing Theory

4

CAD 101

Computer Aided Drafting I

3

 

 

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