317 COMPUTER AIDED RENDERING AND ANIMATION 3 FS TEC 211 or 216 or cons inst req

317 computer aided rendering and animation 3 fs tec

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317 COMPUTER-AIDED RENDERING AND ANIMATION 3 F,S TEC 211 or 216 or cons inst req. Lecture and lab. Using computer systems to create renderings and animat- ed presentations of design ideas in an industrial or archi- tectural setting. 318 PRODUCT MODELING AND ANALYSIS 3 F TEC 216 req. Lecture and lab. Surface and solid modeling of parts and assemblies; para- metric/associative design; mass properties analysis; inter- facing to manufacturing and analysis programs. 319 COMPUTER GRAPHICS 3 F,S C or better in TEC 283 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture and lab. Combination of graphic techniques and computer program- ming as means of industrial communication applied to solu- tion and interpretation of technological problems. 320 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3 S TEC 270 and completion of 60 hrs req. Lecture. Fundamentals of project management emphasizing plan- ning techniques to meet stakeholder expectations regarding project scope, time, cost, and quality. 322 BUILDING CODES AND INSPECTION 2 S TEC 120 or 211 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advi- sor req. Jr standing req. Lecture. Analysis of model building codes and their application and administration for minimum standards of public safety and welfare. Technology
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325 COMPUTERIZED ESTIMATING AND SCHEDULING 3 F,S TEC 222, 224, and 229 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture and lab. Formerly CONSTRUC- TION SCHEDULING AND FINANCE. Integrated approach to computerized estimating and schedul- ing as methods of project control. 326 CONSTRUCTION FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING 3 F ECO 105; and MAT 120 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture and lab. Practical application of financial and accounting fundamen- tals specific to the construction industry. 327 DESIGN OF BUILDING STRUCTURES 3 S TEC 292; MAT 120; and PHY 105 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture and lab. Analysis and design of permanent and temporary structural systems for wood, steel, and concrete construction. 328 RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT 3 F ECO 105; TEC 229 and Jr standing req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture. Principles and practices of residential development including land acquisition and improvement, regulations, construction, and sales. 330 APPLIED ECONOMIC ANALYSIS FOR TECHNOLOGISTS 3 F,S MAT 120 and six cr hrs of 200-level TEC coursework. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Lecture and lab. Applied economic techniques used to determine the relative worth of alternative systems, products, and services. 345 PROCESS CONTROL NETWORKS 3 S TEC 240 and 263 or demonstrated equiv competencies req. Lecture and lab. Formerly INDUSTRIAL PROCESSOR CONTROL. Materials charge optional. Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programming within process control networks connecting machines, devices, sen- sors, and computers. 348 SELECTED TOPICS IN INDUSTRIAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS 3 F,S TEC 245 and compl of 75 hrs or cons inst req.
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