Engineering 103 presents a study of a valuable engineering tool which facilitates the solution of engineering problems graphically. A study of lines and planes in space. The representation of surfaces, solids, interferences, and intersections. Excellent training in visualization and interpretation of engineering drawings. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 4 hours.

  • Prerequisite: Architecture 101 or Engineering 101 or equivalent.
  • This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed
    Architecture 103.
  • Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC


  1. This class is offered in the afternoons during the Fall and Spring Semesters.
  2. Class is scheduled at the same time/place as Arch 103.
  3. Class content consists of drawing assignments, performance tests, and
    one final performance test.
  4. The student may choose to complete the assignments using traditional drafting methods or the AutoCAD design program. AutoCAD is a drafting program that is used to create two and three-dimensional drawings.
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