AET 101  Building Systems I  (2-3-3)
    Offered Spring and Summer Semesters
    Prerequisites:  CET 120, AET 110, AET 105
    This course is a study of fundamental concepts of design and construction techniques in residential, commercial and industrial building.

    AET 103  International Building and Residential Codes  (2-3-3)
    Offered Spring and Summer Semesters
    Prerequisites: AET 105, AET 110, CET 120
    This course is an introduction to the international building codes and the international residential codes, as well as local code requirements.

    AET 105  Construction Documents  (2-3-3)
    Offered Fall and Spring Semesters
    This course covers the interpretation of residential, commercial, and industrial building construction documents, including construction specifications, general conditions, and construction industry symbols.  Building construction terminology, contracts, and the bidding process are also covered.

    AET 110  Architectural Graphics I  (2-3-3)
    Offered Fall and Spring Semesters
    This course is an introduction to the skills of architectural manual drafting.  This course also includes development of drawing/visualization skills.

    AET 111  Architectural Computer Graphics  I  (2-3-3)
    Offered Fall and Spring Semesters
    Co-requisite:  CPT 170 or EGR 130 (required)
    This course includes architectural/construction, basic computer-aided design commands, and creation of construction industry symbols and standards.

    AET 120  Architectural Graphics II  (1-6-3)
    Offered Spring Semester
    Prerequisites:  AET 105, AET 110, AET 111, CET 120
    Co-requisite:  AET 125 (required)
    This course requires the production of a set of working drawings of a residential or commercial building.  Exercises incorporate construction methods, materials, building code requirements, site development and technical skills required to draw and graphically present projects.

    AET 125  Revit Architecture  (1-3-2)
    Offered Spring and Summer Semesters
    Prerequisites: CPT placement score or successful completion of COL 107; plus placement into MAT 101 or higher and placement into RDG 100
    This course is an introduction to Revit Architecture software and the study of Building Information Modeling (BIM). Content includes the analysis of 3D building components that are assembled together to form an entire building.

    AET 150  Preliminary Project Estimating  (1-3-2)
    Offered Summer Semester
    Prerequisites:  AET 101, AET 120
    This course covers basic construction estimating concepts with a main focus on square footage costs and preliminary budget estimating procedures.

    AET 201  Building Systems II  (2-3-3)
    Offered Spring  Semester
    Prerequisite:  AET 101
    This course covers mechanical systems, electrical systems and code requirements for residential, commercial and industrial buildings.  Included in the course are structural concepts, cladding systems, concrete, masonry, roofing and steel systems.

    AET 221  Architectural Computer Graphics II  (2-6-4)
    Offered Fall Semester
    Prerequisites:  AET 101, AET 103, AET 120, AET 125
    This course includes a study of CAD commands with architectural applications and routines.  A complete set of working drawings of a residential or commercial building using the computer as the drafting tool will be produced.

    AET 231  Architectural Computer Graphics III  (2-6-4)
    Offered Spring Semester
    Prerequisite:  AET 221
    This course covers advanced CAD applications.  A complete set of construction documents for a residential or commercial building, including a specification outline, is produced and presented.