Civil Engineering and Architecture 2 - 9611

Grade: 11, 12 — Credits: 2

This course will build upon the knowledge gained in Civil Engineering and Architecture to help equip graduates to face the challenges of modern engineering and architectural practices. Students will delve deeper into engineering and architectural design and construction using several methods. Topographic surveys will be produced and then turned into working site-plans and models that contain real-world methods and solutions. Using the latest Computer Aided Design programs, house plans will be designed, house models built and students will learn how to make structures stable and efficient. An innovative and researched capstone engineering project with a student-designed model will complete the course. Students will walk away with a  professional digital and physical portfolio of completed projects. College dual credit and articulated college credit may be available. Please see instructor for details.

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Prerequisites: C or better average in Civil Engineering and Architecture or Computer Aided Design 1