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Discipline: Technology & Health: Architecture, Industrial Design Engineering & Manufacturing Unit
Course Name Course Number
Manufacturing Processes and Materials MFG 130
  • 70% of students will be able to identify various stock materials and describe their general properties and composition with 70% or greater success.
  • 70% of students will be able to identify various manufacturing processes with 70% or greater success
  • 70% of students will be able to describe or explain 3 common manufacturing processes with 70% or greater accuracy
Advanced CAD MFG 210
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of CAD model evaluation by locating the models center of mass.
  • 50% of students will pass the CSWA certification exam
Advanced CAD IDE 220
  • Create a useful CAD model from one or more scanned sketches.
  • Student will be able to apply CAD surface modeling techniques to develop mold designs and prototypes .
Advanced Digital Design, Illustration and Animation ARCH 222
  • Students will be able to create animated walk-through and fly-through "movies" of building interior and exteriors.
  • Students will set camera-specific views of the virtual model or scene
Advanced Media IDE 210
  • Students will be able to create a unified, visually compelling portfolio of their work
  • Students will be able to graphically represent a product concept
Architectural CAD and BIM ARCH 147
  • Students will successfully plot 2D and 3D projections of virtual building model according to industry standards.
  • Student will be able to create and make use of "families" in their 3d model
Architectural CAD Working Drawings ARCH 247
  • Students will be able to use common and specialized architectural software to create refined 3-D computer-simulated models.
  • Students will be able to create design development and working drawing sets reflecting refined job skills in current architectural CAD software.
Architectural Drawings and Fabrications ARCH 146
  • Students will review and pass safety quiz to safely use the tools and equipment in teh shop environment
  • students will be able to design simple object using CAD and use the file to fabricate the drawn objects with digital tools
Architectural Materials and Specifications ARCH 142
  • Students will be able to identify the primary CSI divisions by name and correlated number
  • Students will be able to measure, cut and nail lumber of various length to frame a floor joist system
Architectural Presentations ARCH 122
  • Students will incorporate invisible grid form layout in a presentation board,
  • Students will be able to have basic knowledge of Adobe Software such as Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign to create a presentation boards
Architectural Rendering and Illustration ARCH 221
  • Students will be able to solve graphic design problems in shade, shadow, and view composition
  • Students will prepare perspective illustrations as they relate to the architectural and interior design professions.
Architectural Work Experience ARCH 290
  • Students will demonstrate competency using skills developed in the ARCH and ECT programs by developing and completing a project according to industry partner and\/ or faculty advisor.
  • Students will learn punctuality, effective communication, time management, and team collaboration.\n
Building and Zoning Codes ARCH 145
  • Students will be able to determine the applicable current building and zoning code titles\/editions for any given location.
  • Students will be able to follow typical government procedures in obtaining zoning approval and building permits of simulated building project.
CAD for Manufacturing MFG 120
  • Student will understand and use assembly modeling techniques effectively
  • Students will demonstrate ability to use parametric file saving methodology
  • Students will be able to use intermediate modeling skills such as multi-body modeling, cut-revolve method and the sheet metal tool set
CADD and Digital Design Media Level I ECT 16
  • Student will be able to draft plans, elevations, sections.
  • Students will be able to calculate and determine appropriate scale factors.
  • Students will be able to recognize and apply basic CADD commands
CADD and Digital Design Media Level I ARCH 121
  • Students will be able to assign different line types and line weight to specific drawing types.
  • Student will be able to import images of human figures into Rhino3D software, and scale the height of the person in that image to an actual feet and inches height.
Civil Engineering Technology and CADD ECT 26
  • Students will be able to develop and complete a set of drawings to industry standards in CADD
  • Students will develop, plot and evaluate topographical maps based on survey data.
  • Students will develop portfolios of civil documents using CADD. A full and final set of drawing sheets will act as the "portfolio"
Computer Aided Manufacturing II MFG 220
  • Students will create 2D and 3D tool paths for various industry-representative parts and then machine them effectively using CNC mills and\/ or lathes\n
Construction Estimating ECT 71
  • Students will prepare a construction bid using plans for a simple building.
  • Students will solve basic problems in construction estimation.
  • Students will be able to identify and extract various methods of construction estimation
Design Drawing and Communication ARCH 141
  • Students will execute orthographic and 3D drawing projections
  • Students will be able to perform the various drawing standards and conventions used in architecture.
  • Students will use basic architectural nomenclature related to the design of structures.
Design Foundation - Visual Literacy IDE 110
  • Students will be able to construct a simple sketch model in foam core or similar appropriate material, using form development principles.
  • Students will be able to sketch simple three dimensional forms in correct one and two-point perspective
Design Foundation II IDE 150
  • Student will be able to develop and construct a sketch model to meet specific criteria at a specific dimensional scale
  • Students will be able to use appropriate typography and color theory principles and tools effectively
  • Students will be able to organize various elements in a useful and visually appealing way using the Gestalt principles of design
Design I - Elements of Design ARCH 101
  • Students will be able to use design tools and equipment of the profession. \n\n
  • Students will be able to apply graphic principles\/standards and conventions used in 2D\/3D architectural design.
  • Students will apply subtractive process as a design methodology
  • Visit and synthesize actual site, program and concept to produce small buildings for a specific location.
Design II - Architectural Design ARCH 102
  • Students will be able to apply the design process to create small building design(s).
  • Students will apply their knowledge of selected case study project to analyze and understand precedence to their design
  • students will study the composition of planar elements to create architectural space
  • Students will re-contour a hillside creating flat buildable areas using the cut and fill method
Design III - Environmental Design ARCH 201
  • Students will be able to apply the environmental design process and procedure beyond the scope of a single building.
  • Students will develop a response to a site analysis
Design IV - Advanced Project ARCH 202
  • Students will present and evaluate the pros and cons of particular architectural design alternative solution.\n\n
  • Students will demonstrate architectural design research techniques\n\n
Elements of Construction Management ECT 70
  • Students will be able to identify roles and responsibility of construction management, per industry standards
  • Student will use Standard Construction Industry Terminology
  • Students will apply a CPM scheduling technique to a simple construction project.
  • Students will be able to recognize common building construction theory and practices
Engineering Design Technology Work Experience EDT 89
  • Students will demonstrate competency using skills developed in the IDE, EDT or MFG programs by developing and completing a project according to industry partner and\/ or faculty advisor
Fundamentals of Construction Inspection ECT 87
  • Students will be able to Identify improper wood framing field practices and defective field connections of steel framing.
  • Identify building codes and construction standards applicable for a particular building type and location.
  • students will document and report results of construction field inspections according to established guidelines.
Intermediate CAD IDE 160
  • Students will be able to create 3D models and the necessary views for production.
  • Students will be able to develop drawings using parametric solid modeling technology.\n
Intermediate CNC MFG 260
  • Perform and evaluate tooling and program verification and make corrections.
  • Students will be able to apply CAD and CAM programming methods and procedures needed to produce an accurate part on the CNC machining center
Introduction to CAD MFG 110
  • 70% of students will demonstrate competency using geometric relations in the 2D sketching environment
  • 70% of students will be able to create 3D solid models from 2D engineering prints using industry-representative methodology with 70% accuracy
  • Students will convert 3D models to fully dimensioned 2D parametric engineering prints.
Introduction to CAD IDE 120
  • Select correct primary view and create a fully dimensioned print according to drafting standards and best practices.
  • Create an efficient sketch using correct origin placement, geometric relations, and symmetry.
  • Students will be able to create CAD drawings and 3D models using given specifications.
Introduction to CNC Programming MFG 250
  • Students will be able to program and operate CNC lathes and mills.
  • Students will be able to edit and input data into CNC machines by manual means.
Introduction to MasterCAM MFG 180
  • Students will create 2.5 axis toolpaths required to operate CNC machining centers.
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to create correct sequence of tool paths.\n
Introduction to Mechanical Principles MFG 160
  • Create motion studies using CAD tools to identify and evaluate range of motion and interference problems
  • Identify common mechanical devices and their properties
Introduction to Mechanical Principles IDE 230
  • 70% of students will be able to integrate existing components and devices into mechanical design solutions with 70% success
  • 70% of students will be able to design CAD based mechanical devices that demonstrate a common mechanical principle with 70% success.
Introduction to Prototyping IDE 170
  • Students will be able to construct prototype models using common prototyping methods and technologies.
  • Students will be able to generate a tool path sufficient to cut out a part profile using a CNC router
Introduction to Shop Processes IDE 130
  • 70% of students will pass all safety tests with 90% or greater
  • Students will translate CAD plans into hand-built physical parts.
  • Students will accurately produce specified 3D physical prototype objects using hand and power tools.
Legal Aspects of Construction ECT 17
  • Identify the function and purpose of construction drawings, specifications, addenda, shop drawings and change orders
  • Research and delineate applicable licensing requirements, construction business organizations, legal terminology and legal responsibilities
  • Identify applicable codes, standards and procedures for building permits, material and labor payments, mechanic's lien, inspections and occupancy permits for the completion of a building's construction
  • Explain contractual legal relationships among owner, architect contractor and sub-contractors
Manual Machining I MFG 150
  • Students will be able to locate the correct position to drill a hole using an edge finder and digital readout
  • Set up the lathe to face off and turn down a work piece to a specific diameter
  • Students will be able to square a vice to the machine table using a dial indicator
Manual Machining II MFG 155
  • Demonstrate ability to perform basic mill set up and operation.
  • 70% of students can safely and successfully operate the auto feed controls on the metal lathe
Manufacturing Processes and Materials IDE 270
  • 70% of students will create a comprehensive portfolio of professional quality
  • 70% of students will be able to analyze and correctly explain the advantages and limitations of various manufacturing processes and materials 70% of the time
Product Design and Viability IDE 250
  • 70% of students will be able to effectively fabricate industry-representative prototypes using most appropriate processes and materials with 70% or greater accuracy
  • 70% of students will produce engineering prints and bill of materials (BOM) for a proposed part or product with 70% or greater accuracy
  • 70% of students will be able to source the most appropriate and cost-effective purchased part to address a particular design goal with 70% or greater accuracy
Reading Construction Drawings ECT 67
  • Identify errors or conflicts in a set of construction drawings when applied to field conditions and take proper steps to verify, resolve, and minimize potential problems.
  • Identify roles and responsibilities of building professionals with regard to the use of construction drawings and other contract documents.
  • Read and interpret civil engineering, architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical construction drawings for buildings such as a single family house.
Science Concepts for Sustainable Design and Environmental Control ARCH 180
  • Students will be able to identify passive heating and cooling systems and their applicability to buildings in different climates.
  • Students will be able to evaluate Solar Geometry in relationship to architecture\n
Shop Practices MFG 140
  • Correct use of calipers
  • Students will cut machining blanks to correct size using two or more types of cut-off saws
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of safe working practices
World Architecture I ARCH 250
  • Students will identify the major architectural works of ancient and classic civilizations.
  • Students will be able to compare the architecture of ancient and classic civilizations.
World Architecture II ARCH 251
  • Students will be able to identify the major architectural works from the Renaissance .
  • Students will be able to describe the impact of the Industrial Revolution on architectural design and theory. \n