Building Systems I
- Credit Hours: 3
This course is a study of the fundamental concepts of design and construction techniques in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
The Environmental and Economic Design Certificate is a two-semester advanced program that addresses the fundamentals of energy efficient and environmentally friendly design methodology. Students are eligible to enroll in this program only after the basic AET entry requirements are completed (the same requirements to get into the degree program) and prerequisites for individual courses within the certificate are met. The program covers fundamentals of the current energy efficient methodology, and environmentally compliant building methods and codes. This certificate is designed both for the students nearing the completion of the AET degree and senior technicians interested in this ever expanding part of Architectural Engineering Technology.
Certificate curricula are reviewed and updated periodically in response to community and industry demands. The student is cautioned to discuss certificate choices and course selections with an Engineering Advisor before each registration cycle.
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.
|AET-101||Building Systems I||3|
|AET-103||International Building and Residential C||3|
|AET-201||Building Systems II||3|
|AET-235||Architectural Three-D Rendering||3|
|CET-222||Principles to Low Impact Land Developmen||3|
|CET-224||Principles of Sustainable Construction||3|
|Total Credit Hours||21|