The Diploma in Building Information Modeling (BIM) provides specialized, hands-on training for technicians, drafters, architects, engineers, BIM project managers, and other design/construction professionals seeking to create and work on intelligent building models in an integrated construction documentation environment
Curriculum & Suggested Course Sequence
|ARC||111||Intro to Architectural Technology||3|
|ARC||112||Const Materials & Medthods||4|
|ARC||133||Construction Document Analysis||2|
|MAT||121||Algebra/Trig I **||3|
|ARC||113||Residential Architectural Tech||3|
|ARC||114||Architectural CAD (AutoCAD)*||2|
|ARC||141||Elementary Structures for Arch||4|
|ARC||225||Architectural BIM I*||2|
|ARC||220||Advanced Arch CAD||2|
|ARC||212||Commercial Construction Tech||3|
|ARC||226||Architectural BIM II||2|
|Technical Elective Min Req Hours||2|
|Total Min Hours Required||42|
Approved Technical Electives
|ARC||132||Specifications & Contratcs||2|
|ARC||192||Selected Topics in Arch||2|
|ARC||262||Architectural Animation & Video||3|
|SST||140||Green Building Des Concepts||3|
*In order for the diploma to be completed in three semesters, ARC 114 & ARC 225 must be taken as sequential short session courses and completed during the same semester as indicated. Faculty advisor or department permission may be required.
** MAT 171, Pre-Calc Algebra, may be taken in lieu of MAT 121.
Students may enter this program in the fall, spring or summer semesters however, some courses may not be offered every semester.