Introduces basic drafting skills and concepts with an emphasis on projection theory. Prerequisite: None.
Explores 3-D modeling fundamentals and how they apply to simple geometric forms and building modeling. Hands-on use of Revit and other industry-standard 3-D modeling applications. Prerequisite: AEC 101 or instructor's permission.
Develops a fundamental understanding of construction materials, sizes, detailing, volume estimates, and applications related to the building industry. Prerequisite: AEC 102 or instructor's permission.
Teaches development of construction documents utilizing industry standard 2-D CAD software. Emphasis on solving accurate related project development solutions essential to assigned project plans. Prerequisite: AEC 120 or instructor's permission.
Develops fundamental skills to work with surfaces and points in civil engineering drafting. Emphasizes the application of Civil 3D. Prerequisite: AEC 160 or instructor's permission.
Introduces essential building information modeling tools and concepts while developing a multi-story building. A strong emphasis on design intent will be introduced as a foundation for future building modeling courses. Prerequisite: AEC 103 or instructor's permission.
Develops fundamental skills in site planning, pipe networks design, and quantity take-off in civil engineering drafting with an emphasis on the application of Civil 3D. Prerequisite: AEC 162 or instructor's permission. Concurrent with AEC 264.
Develops skills in topographic survey, data collection using robotic total stations, and topographic map creation using Civil 3D. Prerequisite: AEC 162 or instructor's permission. Concurrent enrollment in AEC 263.
Explores multi-discipline building information modeling tools while developing structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. Emphasizes collaboration, introduces the fundamentals of custom content creation, and integrates with AEC 274. Prerequisite: AEC 172 or instructor's permission. Concurrent with AEC 274.
Integrates BIM skills acquired during the AEC program pathway while exploring virtual design and construction (VDC) processes and tools. Students work collaboratively to assemble a multi-discipline building model for evaluation of construction processes and presentation to stakeholders. Prerequisite: AEC 172 or instructor's permission. Concurrent enrollment in AEC 273.
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