Building Information Modeling A.A.S.

Associate of Applied Science in Building Information Modeling

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MISSION STATEMENT
The BIM program at NTU offers courses structured as lecture and lab. Each class session covers assigned readings, class textbooks, and the instructor's lecture. The remaining class time takes a hands-on approach to learning software and equipment training.

The goal for the BIM program is to build students with a flexible knowledge in rural architecture, management, technical skills and sustainable products. Each class session covers assigned readings, lectures and hands-on approach to learning software and equipment training. Creating models from point cloud data utilizing Revit and AutoCAD software. Students are encouraged to explore additional software to strengthen their presentations.

For more information, please view our Student Catalog.

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We are seeking to extend our student's educational goals and experiences beyond in-class assignments and develop collaborative educational pathways/projects/internships with local organizations and academic institutions. Our students will build a capital in pursuing careers on the Navajo reservation and the Southwestern region.

PROGRAM ADVISING
Please contact individuals listed below to schedule an appointment:

  • Elisha Wortham, BIM Lecturer
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  • Harry Whiting, Assistant Professor Industrial Engineering
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The listed individuals can provide assistances with advising and signing student schedules, including other academic forms.

Program Advisor
Elisa Wortham, MCRP
Building Information Modeling (BIM) Program Coordinator and Instructor
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M.A. Community, Regional, and Planning, University of New Mexico
B.S., Interior Design, Northern Arizona University

 

Building Information Modeling (67 Credits)

General Education RequirementsCredits
Computer Technology: CMP-101 or higher 3
English / Communication 9
        ENG-110 Freshman Composition 3
        ENG-111 Composistion and Research 3
COM-130 Public Speaking 3
Mathematics 4
        MTH-121 College Algebra 4
Diné Studies 4
        NAV-101 Navajo Language 4
Natural or Physical Science 4
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Humanities / Social Science 12
        NAV-110 Foundations to Navajo Culture 3
        PSY-105 Introduction to Psychology 3
        ENG-150 Introduction to Literature 3
        HST-210 American History to 1877 or HST-211 American History 1877 to Present 3
Required CoursesCredits
Semester One 6
        DFT-120 Computer Aided Drafting I 3
        GIT-110 Geographic Information Systems I 3
Semester Two 10
        PHY-101 Introduction to Physics w/ Lab 4
        DFT-220 Computer Aided Drafting II 3
        AMT-311 Laser Scanning Methods and Techniques 3
Semester Three 9
        DFT-112 Architectural Drafting 3
        DFT-240 Building Codes 3
        MTH-213 Elementary Statistics 3
Semester Four 6
        DFT-212 Advance Architectural Drafting 3
        DFT-250 Construction Management / Est. 3

 

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