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An overview of the Occupational Health and Safety Act of Prince Edward Island. Students examine the legislation, how PEI employees are protected while on the job and the responsibilities of employees and employers.
Course Code: SAFE-1005
An introduction to materials and methods of construction related to residential construction. Students investigate concrete foundations, light wood frame construction, residential roofing, millwork, and interior finishes. Principles of structural design as it relates to residential construction are also explored.
Course Code: ARCH-1110
This course is an introduction to the fundamental skills of surveying and land development. Students determine elevations, set benchmarks and conduct topographical and quantity surveys. Total station theodolites are used to measure angles and distances in order to conduct a closed traverse survey. Calculating areas of properties and co-ordinates of property markers are also addressed. In the area of land development students examine site planning, building setbacks, site utilities, site drainage, grading plans and site analysis.
Course Code: ARCH-1120
An examination of the interpretation and production of technical drawings for residential architectural projects. Utilizing fundamental drafting techniques and computer aided design software, students create a complete set of working drawings for a residential project. Architectural graphic standards used in the production of technical drawings are also explored.
Course Code: ARCH-1200
An introduction to the history of architecture in the western world from the period of Ancient Greek Architecture to the Modern Movement. Students explore the characteristic elements of each period of architecture. Domestic Styles of Architecture is also studied.
Course Code: ARCH-1210
An introduction to materials and methods of construction related to thermal and moisture protection for residential projects. Students investigate insulation, air and vapor barriers, damp-proofing, waterproofing, protective coatings, flashings and interior and exterior wall systems. Drawings of wall sections and construction details for light wood frame construction are produced.
Course Code: ARCH-1220
An introduction to materials and methods related to concrete and steel construction. Students explore concrete materials, formwork, reinforcement, steel frame construction, and lightweight steel framing. The principles of expansion and contraction control as they relate to concrete construction are also investigated. Students produce sectional details for concrete and steel construction.
Course Code: ARCH-2100
An introduction to the fundamentals of building envelopes for commercial projects. Students explore masonry materials and construction techniques, curtain wall systems, and roof systems. The principles, methods, and techniques used in building construction as it relates to sound control and fire protection are also examined.
Course Code: ARCH-2110
Interpret and apply relevant municipal, provincial, and national codes and standards to all phases of construction, including the National Building Code of Canada, Municipal Zoning and Development Bylaws; and Barrier Free Design Principles.
Course Code: ARCH-2120
The administration of contract documents including specifications, bidding procedures, bonds, and change orders. Students are also introduced to the principles of project management. Professional ethics are also explored.
Course Code: ARCH-2130
A comprehensive introduction to the process of conducting a research project. The course content examines technical writing; primary and secondary research and analysis; the development of a facilities programme; and the preparation of a technical proposal and a technical report demonstrating technical problem-solving techniques. Students conduct a code review and building types study; and explore innovative building systems and sustainable design strategies in their project.
Course Code: ARCH-2140
The study of building systems used in commercial applications. Students examine the application of air conditioning, ventilation, heating, plumbing, and lighting in commercial projects.
Course Code: ARCH-2200
An introduction to the key principles of sustainability. Students investigate aspects of building design and construction materials that impact the energy efficiency of a building. Renewable energy, environmental recognition, and environmental certification programs are also explored.
Course Code: ARCH-2220
A comprehnsive study of the concepts, practices, and standards required to produce technical drawings for a multi-storey commercial project. Students also examine architectural and engineering design principles, zoning regulations, and code interpretation and application.
Course Code: ARCH-2230
Students produce a set of technical drawings for a multi-storey commercial building. The completed building design project is orally presented and defended.
Course Code: ARCH-2240
An introduction to basic terminology, concepts, and functions of CAD software to produce technical drawings. Students set up and manage an electronic filing system and manipulate the software to produce technical drawings.
Course Code: CADD-1100
An introduction to the concepts and functions of CAD software for the production of residential working drawings. Students also establish and use a project management system for the production and archiving of drawings.
Course Code: CADD-1200
The production of presentation-quality drawings using Building Information Modeling (BIM) and rendering software. Students also explore the use of advanced CAD options for software customization and project management.
Course Code: CADD-2100
An introduction to learning the written and oral communication of technical information. Students research, assemble and present technical information while analysing optimum mediums for industry-specific communication.
Course Code: COMM-1000
A comprehensive overview of the concepts, practices, standards, and drawing techniques needed for architectural design. Students acquire drafting techniques, lettering techniques, and dimensioning procedures necessary to make clear and precise architectural drawings.
Course Code: DRAF-1100
MATH-1030 is a 60-hour college-level technical mathematics course offered to all Technician and Technologist students enrolled in the Engineering Technology programs. The course begins with an intensive overview of measurement, emphasizing both metric and imperial units, conversion of both simple and derived units, and proper treatment of significant digits. Following a review of algebra (including many scientific calculator functions), you will apply skills to solve systems of two and three linear equations by means of graphic, algebraic, and determinant methods; derive and graph functions; and apply factoring to solve fractional and quadratic equations. You will make extensive use of trigonometric and vector analysis to solve technical problems in right and oblique triangles, and angles in any quadrant. You will apply the relationship between exponents and radicals, and the relationship between exponential and logarithmic functions to technical applications. Finally, you will solve problems involving both Euclidean and analytic geometry.
Course Code: MATH-1030
A comprehensive two-day course offering standard first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills from a certified trainer. As required by regulation, this course covers CPR and the management of other breathing, airway and circulation emergencies, as well as, the control of bleeding, treating shock, stabilizing fractures and dislocations, head and spine injuries, and more. Also, includes automated external defibrilators (AED). This certification expires in 3 years.
Course Code: NCPR-1001
Students complete Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) training and certification.
Course Code: NCPR-1002
An examination of general physics topics. Students study vectors, forces in equilibrium, torque and rotation, kinematics, Newton's laws, work, power, fluid and thermal physics, waves, sound, and light.
Course Code: PHYS-1200
Examination of the basis for structural design applications. Students explore the geometric properties of structural shapes, including centroids, moment of inertia, and modulus of elasticity. Vector analysis, resolution of bodies in equilibrium, Method of Joints/Method of Sections truss analysis, and stress-strain relationships are also investigated.
Course Code: PHYS-2100
An introduction to structures used in construction. Students design structural members and calculate live and dead loads. Students also analyze imposed loading and select components through the limit states design process. A structural drawing comprised of a plan view, cross sections, and connection details is created based on the analysis and selection of structural members.
Course Code: PHYS-2200