Students will develop an understanding of the built world through the design and construction process. Each course uses a project-based learning approach to advance students’ understanding of the design-build-maintain process. Advanced architectural drafting and design skills are developed through lab-based instruction using Autodesk software tools (AutoCAD and Revit Architecture). Throughout the program, students will develop a portfolio to demonstrate knowledge of each phase of the design and construction management process. Students will also have the opportunity to earn industry certification in AutoCAD.

Prerequisites

This program requires students to have completed Algebra I or an equivalent Mathematics course.

Planning Information

This class is a two year program.

The number of periods required in a student's schedule to complete this program is as follows:

Year 1 = 3 periods

Year 2 = 3 periods

Contact Information

For more information about Computer Aided Drafting and Design, please contact Mr. Gerald Buckler.