Minor in Architectural Engineering
The Minor in Architectural Engineering provides an interdisciplinary overview of engineering topics associated with building design and the study and practice of engineering. The Minor consists of technically challenging courses that rely on a series of prerequisites, as well as experiment-based and skill-development courses that can be taken without prerequisites.
Students require a minimum GPA of "C" (2.0) to be awarded a Minor, which is then reflected in their transcripts.
Required (16 UNITS)
- MATH 109 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
- PHYS 110 General Physics I *
- ARCD 310 Introduction to Construction Materials
- ARCD 360 Introduction to Structural Engineering
* MATH 109 and PHYS 110 – students must receive a C- or better in each course. ARCD majors may substitute MATH 107 and PHYS 130 for MATH 109 and PHYS 110, but must receive a grade of B- or better in each course.
Electives (8 UNITS)
2 minimum of the following:
Students responsible for prerequisites.
- ARCD 270 BIM & Applications *
- ARCD 300 Computer Aided Design and Drawing II
- ARCD 312 Environmental Control Systems
- ARCD 370 Construction Innovation Lab
- ARCD 372 Engineering, Design and Testing *
- CHEM 111 General Chemistry I *
- ENVS 212 Air and Water w/Lab
- ENVS 250 Environmental Data Analysis
- ENVS 350 Energy and Environment
- ENVS 410 Methods of Environmental Monitoring w/Lab
- PHYS 210 General Physics II *
- PHYS 240 Modern Physics
- PHYS 262 Intro to Digital Electronics
- PHYS 310 Analytical Mechanics
- PHYS 312 Statistical and Thermal Physics
- PHYS 320 Electromagnetism
- PHYS 341 Upper Division Lab *
* highly recommended courses for those interested in pursuing engineering studies
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