Hours: 60 (30 Theory Hours, 30 Lab Hours)
Prerequisites: Must be taken during the student’s final quarter of study, and requires prior satisfactory completion of DT1320 Building Information Modeling (BIM) or equivalent and DT1430 Parametric Modeling or equivalent
An introduction to the theory and practical development, planning, management and presentation of a drafting project from start to finish. Topics include techniques of project planning, project design and execution, documentation and presentation. Students are required to apply project management techniques to a Capstone Project.
Explain the important characteristics of a project. Describe the significance of the concept, study, design, and implementation phases of a project. Plan projects using Microsoft Project Professional. Explain the processes involved in modeling and developing the specifications for a project. Demonstrate knowledge of industry requirements and industry practices for creating CAD drawings and/or parametric models. Conduct basic research and apply the tools of critical reading, analytical thinking, reasoning, and mathematics to effectively solve practical problems. Develop a portfolio.
Must be taken during the student’s final quarter of study, and requires prior satisfactory completion of DT1320 Building Information Modeling (BIM) or equivalent and DT1430 Parametric Modeling or equivalent
Wood, D., & Pascarella, M. (2012). Essentials of Microsoft Project 2007 Student Data Files (Custom 2nd ed.). (D. R.Foley, Ed.) Boston, MA: Pearson Custom.
Unit 1 - Project Research Unit 2 - Project Proposal Unit 3 - Project Design Unit 4 - Project Implementation Part 1 Unit 5 - Project Implementation Part 2 Unit 6 - Project Implementation Part 3 Unit 7 - Preliminary Project Submission Unit 8 - Project Revisions Unit 9 - Project Portfolio Review Unit 10 - Project Final Presentations Unit 11 - Final Exam
by Elise R. Kaneaster