211 ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING 3 FS TEC 110 or 116 req Lecture and lab Materials

211 architectural drafting 3 fs tec 110 or 116 req

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211 ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING 3 F,S TEC 110 or 116 req. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. Problem approach to architecture; emphasis on residential planning and construction. Laboratory devoted to develop- ment of working drawings. 212 MECHANISM DESIGN 3 F TEC 116 req. Lecture and lab. Formerly MACHINE DESIGN. Materials charge optional. Applied kinematic design analysis and techniques common to the design of mechanisms using analytical and graphical methods. Technology
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155 C A S T Technology 216 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN AND DRAFTING 3 F,S TEC 116 req. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. Intermediate course focusing on CAD, especially man- agement principles, design dimensioning and toleranc- ing, and solid modeling within an industrial CAD environment. 222 MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS FOR BUILDINGS 3 F,S TEC 120; MAT 120; and PHY 105 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture and lab. For- merly MECHANICAL SYSTEMS FOR BUILDING. Materials charge optional. Introduction to design, operation, and installation of heat- ing, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing, fire protection, and electrical systems. 223 SURVEYING AND BUILDING LAYOUT 3 F,S TEC 120 req. MAT 120 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture and lab. Principles and practices of surveying, building layout, and project control. 224 SOILS AND FOUNDATIONS 3 F,S TEC 120, 121 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture and lab. Formerly CONCRETE STRUC- TURES AND FOUNDATIONS. Principles and practices used in concrete and masonry struc- tures and the affect of soil characteristics on foundation design and construction. 225 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT 3 S TEC 120 req; TEC 121 req or conc reg req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture. Equipment productivity, selection, allocation, econom- ics, and safety related to residential and commercial construction. 226 CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS AND LAW 2 S TEC 120 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture. Duties, rights, and liabilities of all parties to a construction contract. 229 COST ESTIMATING AND PROJECT PLANNING 3 F,S TEC 116 and 123 req. MAT 120 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture and lab. Integrated approach to the fundamentals of construction cost estimating, project planning, and scheduling. 233 CNC AND MACHINING 3 F TEC 111, 130 req; TEC 216 or conc reg req. Lec- ture and lab. Formerly MACHINE TOOL TECH- NOLOGY and METALS MACHINING PROCESSES. Materials charge optional. An introduction to metals machining processes with an emphasis on automation using Computer Numerical Control (CNC). 234 ROBOTIC SYSTEMS INTEGRATION 3 S TEC 116; TEC 111 or 143 req. Lecture and lab. Mate- rials charge optional. Formerly COMPUTER CON- TROLLED EQUIPMENT IN MANUFACTURING An introduction to robotics including common applications, programming, safety, and integration principles.
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  • Fall '15
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  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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