Architectural Engineering (AEEN)
AEEN 1310 Computr Graphics and Applicatn 3 SCH (2-3)
Introduction to procedures in computer-aided drafting and computer applications with a programming language element. Required of all freshman in Civil and Architectural Engineering.
AEEN 2325 Intro to Developmnt in Archit 3 SCH (3-0)
Introduction to topics which influence the development of architectural designs including; building codes, building elements, major building systems and their selection, and materials and methods of construction. Prerequisite: AEEN 1310.
AEEN 3130 Instrumentation Laboratory 1 SCH (0-3)
AEEN 3303 Structural Analysis 3 SCH (3-0)
AEEN 3304 Reinforced Concrete Design 3 SCH (3-0)
AEEN 3316 Architectural Design 3 SCH (1-6)
Development of schematic architectural designs requiring the evaluation of alternative systems for selection and integration in multi-system building design. Modern constraints and standards are addressed through physical and virtual three-dimensional studies. Six laboratory hours a week. Prerequisite: AEEN 2325.
AEEN 3325 Design Codes and Ordinances 3 SCH (3-0)
Design codes and municipal ordinances and their integration in design. Including zoning occupancy, construction classification, building constraints, fire resistant construction, egress, accessibility and plumbing. Prerequisite: AEEN 2325.
AEEN 3335 Environmntal Sys for Buildings 3 SCH (3-0)
Fundamentals of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems; moist air properties; analysis of different psychrometric processes; thermal comfort and air quality; infiltration and ventilation; psychrometric tools; and basic heat transfer. Prerequisites: a grade of C or higher in AEEN 3346 and credit or enrollment in CEEN 3392.
AEEN 3337 Electrical Systems-Buildings 3 SCH (3-0)
An introduction to electrical systems for buildings and their applications, including electrical system components, load calculation, and basic design principles. Prerequisite: EEEN 3331.
AEEN 3346 Thermal Analysis 3 SCH (3-0)
AEEN 3350 Facility Management 3 SCH (3-0)
Introduction to concepts of facility management, including links between assets and users; owner's perspective; and life cycle costs. Prerequisite: approval of the instructor.
AEEN 4279 Senior Design Project I 2 SCH (1-3)
Applications of engineering concepts covered in the upper division courses to architectural engineering problems including design of building structural and services systems, with emphasis on teamwork. Introduction to practical aspects of construction and professional ethics. Prerequisites: AEEN 3304 or AEEN 4316, AEEN 3316, and credit or enrollment in AEEN 4320.
AEEN 4289 Senior Design Project II (WI) 2 SCH (1-3)
Application of engineering concepts covered in the upper division courses to architectural engineering problems including design of building structural and services systems, with an emphasis on teamwork. Introduction to practical aspects of construction and professional ethics. Prerequisite: AEEN 4279.
AEEN 4310 Computer Modeling 3 SCH (2-3)
Introduction to three-dimensional computer modeling. Includes 3d wire frame construction in AutoCAD, extrusion and Boolean for AutoCAD and Viz, basic application of skins, lighting and rendering techniques. Prerequisite: AEEN 1310.
AEEN 4316 Structural Steel Design (WI) 3 SCH (3-0)
AEEN 4320 Building Services Engineering 3 SCH (3-0)
AEEN 4326 Construction Engineering 3 SCH (3-0)
AEEN 4333 Real Design and Construction 3 SCH (2-3)
Real-world design/build course with projects emphasizing development of design, implementation of best practice construction, field experience, and government work. Prerequisites: AEEN 1320, AEEN 2325.
AEEN 4336 Selected Topics 1-3 SCH (1-3)
One or more topics of architectural engineering. May be repeated when topic changes. Prerequisite: junior standing.
AEEN 4340 Eng Proj Est, Plan & Control 3 SCH (3-0)
Develop cost estimates and schedules for construction projects. Analysis of cost components including labor, materials and equipment. Estimating techniques applied to project development. Integration of time and cost to track work progress. Use of modern computer tools for cost estimation and scheduling. Prerequisite: Senior standing in engineering. (Credit may not be obtained in both AEEN 4340 and CEEN 4340).