Course Description
 
 
Arch Design I-Residential
 
(3-2-4). An introductory studio providing
foundation in the conceptual, perceptual, and
manual skills necessary for two-dimensional and
three-dimensional design. Architectural drawing
procedures and practices for residential and/or
light frame construction. Construction practices
and techniques with emphasis on residential
construction methods. Office procedures for
coordinating CAD drawings in the office. Course
is intended to fulfill all or part of the
following National Architectural Accrediting
Board (NAAB) Student Performance Criteria:
A.1 Professional Communication Skills
A.2 Design Thinking Skills
A.4 Architectural Design Skills
A.5 Ordering Systems
Recommended Prerequisite: ARCH-1315
 
Semester hours:3
Lecture hours:2
Lab hours:4
Fees: 
Petition required:N
Course may be repeated for credit when the topic varies:N
 
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