Arch 103 - DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY - 3 Units
Architecture 103 is an applied science treating of graphic representation of lines, planes, surfaces, and solids. Architectural applications are used for subject matter. Simple shades and shadows. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 4 hours.
- Prerequisite: Architecture 101, Engineering 101 or equivalent.
- Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC
This class is offered during the afternoon in the Fall and Spring Semesters.
Class content consists of drawing assignments, performance tests, and
one final performance test.
The student may elect to complete the assignments using traditional drafting methods or the AutoCAD design program. AutoCAD is a drafting program that are used to create two and three-dimensional drawings.
for a copy of the Syllabus for Arch 103 - Fall 2011 semester (PDF Format).