The Sustainable Design college credit certificate provides students with an introduction to the principles of sustainable design and construction in buildings. The certificate also focuses on the building design regulatory environment, construction materials quantification principles, building systems utilizing Revit, and building structural principles in the architecture and construction industries.
This curriculum is from the current catalog and is meant to provide prospective students a guide/pathway to complete the following certificate track. Students are highly-encouraged to follow the curriculum track as outlined below. Coursework completed in this certificate may be applied to the two-year Architectural Design and Construction technology AS (AS ADCT) degree program. Please note also that some courses within the degrees and certificates are not offered every term and only certain courses are offered as distance-learning modality. Some courses in the track may require additional coursework. Students should consult an Academic Advisor for AS Degree Programs or the AS ADCT Department Chair, Joseph Tisdale, for advising questions.
Program Required Courses
YEAR I – First Semester
BCN 2049 Sustainable Design and Construction - 3 cr.
BCN 2760 Building Codes - 3 cr.
*BCT 2770C Construction Estimating - 3 cr.
TAR 1172C B.I.M. III Revit M.E.P - 3 cr.
YEAR I – Second Semester
*ARC 2501 Architectural Structures I - 4 cr.
BCN 2939C Construction Capstone - 3 cr.
*May require additional coursework.