Structural Design (CIT-201)
A study of the fundamentals of structural design and drafting, covering applications in steel, reinforced concrete and wood construction. Reference to appropriate codes and specifications, methods for selecting standard beams, columns, tension members, connections, and concrete reinforcing bars are studied and practiced. Relationship of structural framing plans, details and shop drawings to specific learning topics is also covered. Prerequisites: CIT 210, MET 109. 3 lecture hours and 1 laboratory hours per week. 3 credit hours.