Architecture Associate in Science Degree


The Architecture Associate in Science Degree is designed to develop skills necessary to help facilitate transfer to a university for a Bachelor of Architecture Degree (B.Arch.). This degree contains drawing, design and computer drafting courses. Placement at the university is based on a portfolio review of work which demonstrates competence in key areas of architectural design. The curriculum is also designed to prepare students for employment in the architectural profession. This degree requires a minimum of 32-34 units.

Required Courses (32-34 units):
ARCH 111 FIntroduction to Architecture3
ARCH 113 FArchitectural Drawing I3
ARCH 114 F Architectural Materials and Methods3
ARCH 124 FArchitectural CAD I3
ARCH 125 FDesign Studio I4
ARCH 215 FDesign Studio II4
ARCH 225 FDesign Studio III4
ARCH 227 FInternship in Architecture2-4
ARCH 924 FArchitectural CAD II3
ARCH 934 FArchitectural CAD III3
Total Units32-34

Outcome 1: Develop CAD structural drawings of all types and use them to solve construction problems as an intern.

Outcome 2: Define various design concepts commensurate with entry-level university architecture courses as a transfer student.