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ARCH 110 Introduction to Computing

ARCH 110.  Introduction to Computing.  3 Credits.     

This course prepares students for design computation topics in the degree program. Topics covered in the class include computer basics, bitmap representation, vector-based graphics, 3-D modeling, scene modeling, building modeling, production of technical drawings, and other issues. These topics are covered in relation to architectural representation and involve skill development in both 2-D and 3-D modeling. The course includes projects that align with those covered in first-year design studios, presenting students with an alternative tool for the representation of two-dimensional diagrams and three-dimensional models. Requirements: Laptop computer with software that meets course specifications. Prerequisite: Must be admitted as a first-year student in the School of Architecture & Design.

Bachelor of Arts in Slavic, German, and Eurasian Studies, or the REES 110 / REES 111 / consultation with CREES. ARCH 600 Special Topics...