The Associate in Applied Science in Drafting and Design Technology prepares students to use critical thinking and problem solving in development and communication of design solutions. The curriculum can be broken down into three distinct sequences. The practical knowledge sequence includes concepts in architectural history, building materials and assemblies, and basic industry knowledge; the technical skills sequence consists of instruction in two- and three-dimensional computer aided drafting and building information modeling; the studio sequence provides a platform upon which students apply knowledge and skills gained to the solution of complex design problems. Upon degree completion, students will be prepared for careers in computer aided drafting, building information modeling, interior space planning and design, facilities and operations, and construction coordinating.
Please view the Drafting & Design Technology course list for details on the curriculum.
Perform as member of interdisciplinary design project team and offer constructive feedback to competing teams through participation in formal critiques.
Apply appropriate representational media, including freehand drawing,manual technical drafting, and computer aided rendering to assess two- and three dimensional objects.
Recall historically significant architectural styles and contributors and assess relationship to modern architectural climate.
Use computer aided drafting techniques to create construction documents, includung two- and three-dimensional plans and pictorials.
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