Building Information Modeling A.A.S.

Associate of Applied Science in Building Information Modeling

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.

Building Information Modeling

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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  • Ramsey Seweingyawma, Assistant Professor Geospatial Engineering Technology (GIT)
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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.

For more information, please view our Student Catalog.

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COLLABORATION


Building Information Modeling (60 Credits)

General Education RequirementsCredits
English / Communication 9
        ENG-110  
        COM-130 or COM-150  
        ENG-111  
Mathematics: 4
        MTH-121 or Higher  
Diné Studies: 3 - 4
Natural or Physical Science: 8
Humanities / Social Science 9
Information Tech / Applied Computers 3
        CMP-101 or higher  
B.I.M. Core Courses 
Semester ONECredits
DFT-120   Computer-Aided Drafting I 3
ERS-106   Wind and Solar Power 3
Semester TWO 
DFT-220   Computer-Aided Drafting II 3
DFT-112   Architectural Drafting 3
Semester THREE 
DFT-240   Building Codes 3
DFT-212   Advance Architectural Drafting 3
Semester FOUR 
AMT-311   Laser Scanning Methods and Technologies 3
DFT-250   Construction Management / Estimation 3
Total Required Credit Hours60

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Program Advisor
Elisa Wortham, Building Information Modeling (BIM) Program Coordinator and Instructor
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Phone 505.786.4196

B.S., Interior Design, Northern Arizona University