Architectural Technology Ontario College Advanced Diploma

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  • Objectives
    Architectural Technology graduates will have broad knowledge of building construction with design ability in the architectural and structural disciplines, working drawing production, computer applications, building specifications and codes. The curriculum consists of construction methods and architectural design techniques, production of presentation and construction drawings including structural, electrical and mechanical building systems. Emphasis is placed on modern construction practices conforming to current building codes. Computer applications are introduced in the first semester and applied to construction management, surveying, structural design, computer assisted drafting, architectural design, mechanical and electrical services. The development of computer skills is integral to the Architectural program ensuring that students become proficient in the use of the computer as a tool of the industry. This enables the graduates to be of immediate value to employers and encourages them to achieve the maximum level of their academic ability. Building projects during the three years will cover wood frame construction, masonry, steel, concrete and composite construction.
  • Academic Title
    Architectural Technology Ontario College Advanced Diploma
  • Course description
    First Semester
    Course Number/ Title     Credits

    CE 125     Construction Materials & Methods     3
    CE 130     Surveying     3
    CE 140     Basic Drafting     3
    CS 117     Communication Strategies     3
    GE 302     Science of Motion     3
    MA 131     Mathematics I     4
    MC 155     Microsoft Office 2007 Applications     3
    Total     22

    Second Semester
    Course Number/ Title     Credits

    CD 110     Computer Aided Drafting     2
    CE 240     Construction Drawing     3
    CS 219     Communications for Technology     3
    MA 231     Mathematics II     3
    PH 241     Physics     3
    ST 210     Statics     3
    General Education Elective     2
    Total     19

    Third Semester
    Course Number/ Title     Credits

    AE 315     Architectural Drafting & Descriptive Geometry     4
    AE 320     Presentation Techniques     2
    AE 335     Ontario Building Code     3
    AE 340     Construction Materials & Methods     3
    AE 350     Architectural Design I     2
    CE 250     Quantity Surveying & Estimating     3
    ST 310     Strength of Materials     3
    TC 345     Computer Technical Applications-Architectural     2
    Total     22

    Fourth Semester
    Course Number/ Title     Credits

    AE 430     Architectural Project Lab I     5
    AE 450     Architectural Design II     3
    CE 330     Mechanical & Electrical Services     4
    CE 401     Work Experience     3
    MA 331     Mathematics III     3
    ST 420     Structural Design (Concrete)     3
    ST 425     Structural Design (Steel)     3
    Total     24

    Fifth Semester
    Course Number/ Title     Credits

    AE 530     Architectural Project Lab II     4
    AE 550     Architectural Design III     3
    AE 640     Working Drawing Detailing     2
    CM 410     Construction Management     2
    GE 406     Quality in the Workplace     2
    ST 525     Structural Design (Steel & Wood)     3
    Total     16

    Sixth Semester
    Course Number/ Title     Credits

    AE 535     Interior Design & Detailing     2
    AE 540     Building Services (Integral with CAD)     4
    AE 630     Architectural Project Lab III     4
    AE 660     Building Renovation/Restoration Design     3
    CE 340     Contracts, Specifications & Regulations     2
    ST 620     Structural Design (Concrete)     2
    ST 628     Structural Project Laboratory     2
    General Education Elective     2
    Total     21

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