Architectural & Engineering Design Technology
Formerly CADD: Computer Aided Design & Drafting
The purpose of this program is to prepare the students for employment in architectural drafting, construction and manufacturing related industries. The student will be required to have an understanding of but not limited to, the following areas: principles of drafting, architectural drafting, civil drafting, layout and design, application of the latest drawing software programs, current knowledge of building standards and codes, and construction materials and specifications.
Specialization: Architectural & Engineering Design Technology
The Architectural & Engineering Design Technology degree is designed to assist students in preparing architectural and structural construction documents, such as: residential projects, schools, office spaces, and commercial/industrial buildings. In addition, the students develop skills in the production of presentational free-hand drawings, working/ study models, and various computer generated graphics. These means allow students to utilize specialized CAD software in solving design challenges both technically and graphically.
Specialization: Architectural & Civil Engineering Technology
An Architectural & Civil Engineering Technology certificate prepares a student in producing drawings related to the civil engineering profession. Such drawings can include: Topographical Maps, Property Boundary Maps & Surveys, Utility Design Maps (water distribution and sanitary sewer collection), Drainage Plans, and Grading Plans. These drawings/plans play an important role in the preparation of a site for the construction of highways, roads, bridges, buildings, parks, lakes, homes, and many other developments.
Specialization: Architectural & Visual Technology
Students with an Architectural & Visual Technology degree are trained to create, manipulate, or enhance computerized images. The technician will prepare the imaging needs for architects, engineers, contractors, and publication agencies. These images may be applied in every day marketing, communication, and design production. Students can utilize their skills not only for the creation of technical documents but also for the creation of computer renderings and animations, digital photographs and video for presentation purposes.
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Prior to completion of the Associate of Applied Science program, the student is expected to have completed 320 hours of an external learning experience.
Office: Technology Campus A-219
Telephone: (956) 872-6180
Fax: (956) 872-872-6213
3201 W. Pecan Blvd.
McAllen, Texas 78501