DDT 155 : Drawing for Residential Construction

This course is an applications lab for the theory of residential drawing and design. Topics include house design, site and space planning, construction materials and process, terminology, and specific types of drawings required to complete a set of construction documents. Introductory and intermediate level topics are covered. Upon completion, students should be able to produce drawings to convey the various issues and requirements essential to the field of residential drawing and design.

Prerequisites

DDT 104 or instructor approval.

Corequisites

DDT 150.

Overview

Program

Credits

4
Lecture Hours
0
Lab Hours
8