Architectural CAD Design (ARC-205)
This course covers the basics of computer technology and software applications used in the architectural profession to design, produce, present, and communicate with other design professionals and clients. Using Computer Aided Design, students will perform a series of design assignments. Applications of computer tools in resolving design issues during the various phases of a project will be discussed and utilized. The course will build on the elements of architectural theory and practice introduced in ARC 101 and ARC 102. Execution and project reviews will be conducted in a group format. Prerequisite: ARC 102 or permission of the Program Coordinator. 2 lecture and 3 laboratory hours per week. 3 credit hours.