History of Architecture
- Credit Hours: 3
This course is a study of the origins, influences and aesthetics that underlie the various styles of architecture from prehistoric times to the present.
Architectural engineering Technicians assist architects, engineers, and contractors. A wide variety of jobs are available for graduates, including architectural technicians, estimators, and surveyors. Graduates convert preliminary designs of architects and engineers into working drawings and specifications, and they plan, supervise and do preliminary cost estimates of construction projects.
Architectural engineering technicians play an important support role to architects and engineers. There is a need for qualified technicians to assist architects, contractors, and the allied construction industries in implementing new technological advances. With the development of new materials, building designs are limited only by one’s knowledge, skills, creativity, and imagination.
Learning experiences for students in Engineering Technology programs are provided at the Northeast Campus in classrooms and state-of-the-art labs in the Engineering Technology and Science Classroom Building.
Students are required to purchase an engineering pocket calculator and a set of drawing instruments. The cost for these instruments will vary from year to year.
|AET-202||History of Architecture||3|
|ENG-101||English Comp I||3|
|ENG-102||English Comp II||3|
|Approved Social/Behavioral Science Course||3|
|AET-101||Building Systems I||3|
|CPT-101||Introduction to Computers||3|
|EGR-194||Statics and Strength of Materials||4|
|EGT-151||Introduction to Cad||3|
|AET-120||Architectural Graphics II||3|
|AET-201||Building Systems II||3|
|AET-221||Architectural Computer Graphics II||4|
|AET-230||Architect Graphics III||4|
|AET-235||Architectural Three-D Rendering||3|
|CET-235||Construction Methods and Estimating||3|
|CET-220||Concrete and Steel Design||3|
|Total Credit Hours||64|