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Ronald C. Cerkueira 
Department Chair

Kenneth Zamora
Instructor


Instructor

Architecture - Major #6810

This curriculum is designed to prepare students for employment with architects, engineers, interior designers, building contractors, building material companies and governmental agencies. It is also designed as basic course work for transferring into advanced degree programs in architecture and related fields. Many of the courses are transferable by portfolio review. Only architecture courses are listed. Additional courses are required for the Associate Degree and for Transfer.

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT

FIRST YEAR

First Semester   Units
ARCH 10 Architectural Design and Vizualization I 3
ARCH 11 Intro to Architecture and Environmental Design 2
ARCH 12 Architectural Practice I 3
ARCH 14 Digital Tools for Architects 2
 

Total

10

Second Semester   Units
ARCH 20 Architectural Design and Visualization II 3
ARCH 21 Materials of Construction 3
ARCH 22 Architectural Practice II 3
ARCH 24 Architectural CAD I 2
 

Total

11



SECOND YEAR

First Semester   Units
ARCH 30 Architectural Design and Visualization III 3
ARCH 31 Building Codes 3
ARCH 32 Statics and Strength of Materials 3
ARCH 34 Architectural CAD II 3
 

Total

12

Second Semester   Units
ARCH 40 Architectural Design and Visualization IV 3
ARCH 41A Office Practices 3
ARCH 42 Timber and Steel Structures 3
ARCH 44 Architectural Computer Rendering and Portfolio 3
  Total 12

Note: Students qualify for the certificate of achievement upon completion of the major requirements listed above. In addition, those completing the associate degree requirements of the catalog, upon application, will be awarded the associate in science degree.

Last updated: 6/11/2014 1:49:09 PM