Undergraduate Program of Studies in Architectural Engineering

Undergraduate Program of Studies in Architectural Engineering
Undergraduate Program of Studies in Architectural Engineering
A 130 129 credit curriculum leading to a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering
First Semester1
AE 1010
SPCH 1110 (ACE 2)
MATH 1950 (ACE 3)
CHEM 1180
CHEM 1184
DSGN110
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AE 10006
Second Semester
Intro. to Architectural Engineering
Public Speaking Fundamentals
Calculus I
General Chemistry
Gen. Chemistry Lab
D-Think
ACE 9 Elective
DSAEC Seminar
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16
AE 2250
MATH 1960
PHYS 2110 (ACE 4)
PHYS 1154
DSGN111
AE 1020
CIST 1400
Thermodynamics
Calculus III
General Physics
General Physics Lab II
Engineering Statics
Computer Programming
Construction Business Methods
DSAEC Seminar
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4
4
1
3
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0
18
ELEC 2110
AE 2400
MATH 2350
MENG 3250
MENG 3730
AE 3070
AE 2020
AE 10006
Lighting I: Fundamentals for Design
Building Acoustics Fundamentals
History of Architecture and AE
Fluid Mechanics
Fluid Mechanics Lab
Introduction to Structural Engineering
Technical Writing
DSAEC Seminar
3
3
3
3
1
4
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17
AE 3220
AE 3100
CIVE 441
MENG 4200
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STAT 3800
AE 3020
Third Semester
MENG 2000
MATH 1970
PHYS 2120
PHYS 1164
MENG 2230
CIST 1400
CONE 2110
AE 10006
ENGL 39802 (ACE 1)
AE 10006
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Fourth Semester
Fifth Semester
AE 3200
AE 3300
AE37604,5 (ACE 5 or 7)
CIVE 310
CIVE 319
CIVE 341
AE 10006
Const. Graphics & Design Process
Calculus II
General Physics
General Physics Lab I
D-Make
AE Design and Simulation Studio I
Computer Programming
DSAEC Seminar
Elements of Electrical Engineering
Building Systems
Differential Equations I
Mechanics Of Elastic Bodies
Engineering Dynamics
Mechanics of Materials Lab
AE Design and Simulation Studio II
DSAEC Seminar
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3
3
1
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16
Electrical Systems for Buildings I
Bldg. Energy I: Fundamentals
Steel Design
Heat Transfer
ACE 9 Elective
Statistics
AE Design and Simulation Studio III
DSAEC Seminar
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3
3
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3
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0
18
Sixth Semester
AE 10006
Seventh Semester
Eighth Semester (Concurrent with MAE- 1st semester)
All Options
History of Architecture to 1850
ART 37704 (ACE 5)
CIVE 440
Reinforced Concrete Design
AE4020
AE Design and Simulation Studio IV
CONE 2060 (ACE 8) Engineering Economics
Technical Writing
ENGL 39802 (ACE 1)
DSAEC Seminar
AE 10006
Lighting and Electrical Options
AE 4200
Lighting II: Theory, Design & Application
AE 4120
Bldg. Energy II: Pri & Secondary Systems
Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 1010 (ACE 6)
Mechanical and Acoustics Options
AE 4120
Bldg. Energy II: Pri & Secondary Systems
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ACE 6 Elective
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General Elective3
Structural Option
CIVE 443
Advanced Structural Analysis
ACE 6 Elective
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General Elective3
CIVE 440
Reinforced Concrete Design
All Options
ART 3780 (ACE 7)
History of Architecture Since 1850
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ACE 5 or 7 Elective4
6
DSAEC Seminar
AE 1000
Lighting and Electrical Options
AE 4250 (ACE 10)
Lighting Design
PSYC 4210
Sensation and Perception
Mechanical and Acoustics Options
AE 4150 (ACE 10)
HVAC Design
AE 4300
Advanced Noise Control
Structural Option
CIVE 334
Intro. To Geotechnical Engineering
CIVE 444 (ACE 10)
Structural Design and Planning
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*Red text and underline means new course or new placement of an existing course. Strike through means course taken out or moved
Notes:
1. This curriculum assumes the student has placed into MATH 1950 and ENGL 3980. If not, the prerequisites must also be taken.
2. ENGR 3000 is an accepted equivalent to ENGL 3980.
3. For Mechanical and Acoustics Option - the general elective should be approved by your advisor.
4. AE 3770 - Global Experiences in Architectural Engineering is an accepted equivalent to ART 3770 AE 3760.
5. Students can earn only one ACE category credit per course.
6. AE 1000- 6 credits required out of 8 semesters
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