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Architectural Drafting


Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Length of course: Year

Pre-requisite: Drafting 1

Credit: 1

Course Overview: This is an introductory course in Architectural Design and Engineering Applications. The first semester focuses on architectural drawing that gives the students a basic understanding of residential design, building requirements, codes, and working drawings. Students develop a floor plan, elevations and required details. The second semester emphasizes engineering principles related to Architectural Design. AutoCAD is used extensively. Current industry practices are applied to practical tasks in presenting a realistic approach to a workplace environment. Architectural students have the opportunity to seek job opportunities with local industries and participate in local area de- sign projects.
This course is articulated with the Umpqua Community College Engineering Program of Study. Students can receive college credit through College Now Program. Credits: (3) CIV 116;
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