The sequencing of courses in this program begins in the fall semester. Students entering in the spring or summer will likely take longer than two years to complete the program.
The Architectural and Engineering Design degree curriculum provides a broad-based education for employment in a variety of design disciplines. Students learn Computer Aided Design (CAD) and 3D printing, engineering standards and design concepts, fabrication and construction processes, structural mechanics and material properties, and measurements and mathematics as they relate to the design process. Courses are designed to develop problem solving, critical thinking, communication and technical skills. The program prepares students for advanced CAD applications emerging in the fields of architecture, engineering, graphics, and design.
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PROGRAM COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
The Architectural & Engineering Design Degree prepares students for positions as a CAD designer or drafter in a variety of design professions with architectural, engineering, and manufacturing firms. The program utilizes the latest Autodesk and SolidWorks CAD/CAM software, allowing students to graduate with leading edge skills.
Graduates develop skills that can be applied in building and construction, manufacturing as well as fabrication, woodworking, and mechanical design industries.
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PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students who successfully complete the Associates in Applied Science degree in Architectural & Engineering Design will be able to:
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