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ARCH 101 - 3.00 - DRAFTING AND BASIC DESIGN

Description: Architecture 101 is a study in the fundamentals of drafting techniques used in architectural drawing, and the basic design procedure relative to good residential planning. The course studies residential building codes, drafting of working drawings, scale drawing of construction details, framing concepts, and proper dimensioning techniques. Note: Required for architecture majors. Recommended for art majors. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: ART 130. (ART 130 may be taken concurrently.) Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 120 or ESL 151.
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2276LECTTH06:55pm-07:55pmAT220OKEYO , JOSEPH CLOSEDView
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ARCH 102 - 3.00 - ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING AND DESIGN

Description: Architecture 102 is the study of the design of the single family dwelling with emphasis on the ranch type structure. Discussion covers the latest construction innovations, framing techniques, scale detail drawing, and the drafting of working drawings. Study explores in greater detail the applicable building codes pertinent to residential construction, modular construction, solar planning, insulation requirements, orientation, and other facets of construction. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: ARCH 101 or equivalent. Recommended preparation: ENGR 109.
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2397LECMWF09:10am-09:50amCLARKOKEYO , JOSEPH CLOSEDView
 LABMWF09:50am-11:15amCLARKOKEYO , JOSEPH--

ARCH 103 - 3.00 - DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY

Description: Architecture 103 is an applied science treating of graphic representation of lines, planes, surfaces, and solids. Architectural applications are used for subject matter. Simple shades and shadows. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: ARCH 101 OR ENGR 101. Recommended preparation: ENGR 109.
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2383LECTTH03:25pm-04:25pmAT220MARTIN , DAVID D CLOSEDView
 LABTTH04:25pm-06:35pmAT220MARTIN , DAVID D--

ARCH 105 - 3.00 - PERSPECTIVE GRAPHICS

Description: Architecture 105 is a course in technical perspective. Skills are developed in drawing of various architectural subjects and their shadows, rendering in various media, sketching in people, objects and landscape background and foreground. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: ARCH 101 or equivalent.
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2385LECTTH03:25pm-04:25pmAT220MARTIN , DAVID D CLOSEDView
 LABTTH04:25pm-06:35pmAT220MARTIN , DAVID D--

ARCH 106 - 3.00 - BUILDING CODES I

Description: Architecture 106 offers students fundamental instruction regarding the use of current, relevant codes and standards required to review and check plans and specifications in compliance with non-structural aspects of the uniform Building Code (UBC). Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: ARCH 101 or equivalent. Recommended preparation: Eligibility for Engl 120 or ESL 151.
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4304LECS09:00am-12:10pmAT211VILLALON , RAMIRO CLOSEDView

ARCH 108 - 3.00 - ARCHITECTURAL PRINT READING

Description: Architecture 108 covers all aspects of architectural print reading including orthographic projection, basic view utilization, residential and commercial standards, dimensioning techniques, uniform building code (UBC),and architectural terminology including abbreviations and symbols. Note: Architecture 108 may not be taken for credit by students who have credit for Architecture 101,102,103, 105 , or 107 Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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2278LEC 0000-0000ONLINEMARTIN , DAVID D CLOSEDView
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2278 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Mandatory orientation meeting February 20th, 2013 at 5:15-6:00pm, in AT211. Contact the instructor via email at dmartin@glendale.edu for information.

ARCH 120 - 3.00 - RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I

Description: Architecture 120 presents a study of the numerous considerations required to build a two story dwelling, a two story apartment complex, or a retail building. Discussion covers fundamentals of design, building code considerations, and techniques of construction. Note: This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Architecture 109. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: ARCH 101 or equivalent. Recommended preparation: ARCH 102, ARCH 105 and ENGR 109.
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2347LECMW03:25pm-04:25pmAT220CHIU , PAUL CLOSEDView
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2347 Note: Required Material Fee - $10.00

ARCH 130 - 3.00 - COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I

Description: Architecture 130 is a study of the concepts of basic commercial building construction. Emphasis is placed on the basic planning and design of a small commercial building of concrete block construction. Current construction techniques, and applicable building codes are covered. Note: This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Architecture 110. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: ARCH 102 or equivalent. Recommended Preparation: ARCH 120 and ARCH 250.
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2349LECMW03:25pm-04:25pmAT220CHIU , PAUL CLOSEDView
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2349 Note: Required Material Fee - $10.00

ARCH 135 - 3.00 - COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II

Description: Architecture 135 is a study of the concepts of basic commercial building construction. Emphasis is placed on the basic planning and design of a small commercial building of concrete block construction. Current construction techniques, and applicable building codes are covered. Note: This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Architecture 110. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: ARCH 130 or equivalent. Recommended preparation: ENGR 109 and ARCH 250.
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4054LECF01:40pm-03:45pmAT200CHIU , PAUL CLOSEDView
 LABF04:35pm-08:55pmAT200CHIU , PAUL--

ARCH 141 - 3.00 - INTERIOR DESIGN

Description: Architecture 141 begins with the study of the floor plan and architectural background and moves through the selection and arrangement of furniture, floor, and window treatments, lighting, and accessory planning. Emphasis is placed on the use of design elements such as color, line, shape, texture, pattern, space, and their interaction with one another in the interior environment. Note: This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Art 141. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: ARCH 101 or equivalent.
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4338LECS12:40pm-02:45pmAT220BOYAJYAN , IZABELA CLOSEDView
 LABS03:35pm-07:55pmAT220BOYAJYAN , IZABELA--

ARCH 160 - 2.00 - ARCHITECTURAL COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING LABORATORY

Description: Architecture 160 provides practice using computer-aided drafting (CAD) software. Students will complete architecture-related projects of their own choosing to further develop their CAD skills. Students will also improve their architectural design skills by completing increasingly complex architectural projects.
Prerequisite: ARCH 250 or Engineering 109 or equivalent.
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4299LABF03:25pm-05:30pmAT211MARTIN , DAVID D CLOSEDView
 LABF06:20pm-10:40pmAT211MARTIN , DAVID D--
4307LABF03:25pm-05:30pmAT213VILLALON , RAMIRO CLOSEDView
 LABF06:20pm-10:40pmAT213VILLALON , RAMIRO--

ARCH 229 - 3.00 - 3DS MAX FOR ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING

Description: Architecture 229 teaches the fundamentals of 3DS MAX and its use in the Architecture and Engineering industry. Topics include residential and commercial building walkthroughs, rendering, and lighting, adding textures and creating presentation files for residential and commercial architecture and engineering development. Current industry standard digital animation software will be used.
Prerequisite: ENGR 109 or ARCH 250, or equivalent.
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4056LECS09:00am-11:05amAT213PAPIENSKI , TIM CLOSEDView
 LABS11:55am-04:15pmAT213PAPIENSKI , TIM--
4056 Note: HYBRID CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an hybrid course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This class meets every other week as a traditional on-campus class for 7 hours and 15 minutes (includes a 50 minute lunch) and as an online class every other week for 5 hours and 45 minutes. This class is enhanced with online components.

ARCH 230 - 3.00 - ADVANCED 3DS MAX FOR ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING

Description: Architecture 230 teaches advanced features of the 3ds Max software program. Topics include: advanced architectural and engineering projects, importing of drawing geometry from AutoCAD and other computer-aided-design (CAD) programs, and advanced lighting and texturing techniques. Current industry standard digital animation software (3ds Max) will be used.
Prerequisite: ARCH 229 or equivalent.
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4058LECS09:00am-11:05amAT213PAPIENSKI , TIM CLOSEDView
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ARCH 240 - 2.50 - ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT

Description: Architecture 240 provides instruction in the creation of an architectural portfolio. Topics include usage of software, page layout, and specific portfolio requirements for colleges. Also included is instruction to assemble a collection of sketches, ideas and written descriptions related to a project. Students will develop new or existing projects for use in their portfolio. Portfolios will be used for transfer purposes and as a record of work completed.
Prerequisite: ARCH 120, 130, and 250; or equivalent.
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2378LECM03:25pm-04:25pmAT220CHIU , PAUL CLOSEDView
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2378 Note: Required Material Fee - $10.00

ARCH 250 - 3.00 - INTRODUCTION TO AUTODESK REVIT ARCHITECTURE

Description: Architecture 250 teaches the fundamentals of the latest version of Autodesk Revit Architecture design software. Projects of a residential and commercial nature are utilized. Techniques used in the creation of floor plans, section views, elevations, schedules, and other construction documents are covered.
Prerequisite: ARCH 101 or equivalent. Recommended preparation: Basic knowledge of AutoCAD.
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2279LECF03:25pm-05:30pmAT211MARTIN , DAVID D CLOSEDView
 LABF06:20pm-10:40pmAT211MARTIN , DAVID D--

ARCH 251 - 3.00 - ADVANCED REVIT ARCHITECTURE

Description: Architecture 251 teaches the advanced features of the Autodesk Revit Architecture design software. Topics include: creating building elements with parametric features, family creation under Imperial Templates, and importing and exporting drawing files.
Prerequisite: ARCH 250 or equivalent.
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2430LECF01:40pm-03:45pmAT200CHIU , PAUL CLOSEDView
 LABF04:35pm-08:55pmAT200CHIU , PAUL--

ARCH 252 - 3.00 - INTRODUCTION TO REVIT MEP & STRUCTURE

Description: Architecture 252 teaches the features of the latest versions of the Autodesk Revit MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Piping) and the Revit Structure software programs. Topics include design and documentation of mechanical, electrical, and piping systems for commercial and residential structures; the use of structural components; the development of structural plans and details.
Prerequisite: ARCH 250 or equivalent.
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4305LECF03:25pm-05:30pmAT213VILLALON , RAMIRO CLOSEDView
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