Building Information Modeling Certificate
Description
View printer-friendly version Building Information Modeling technology supports the principles of design and engineering and how the industry has made a paradigm shift to sustainability in whole building design. Students develop skills in building computer-generated models that unify architecture, engineering, construction and sustainability.
Learning Outcomes
  • Clearly produce construction drawings using 2D and 3D CAD software.
  • Demonstrate ability to analyze structural and environmental effects of a building on the surrounding community.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of building types.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of infrastructure; i.e. HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing.
Prerequisites
Many classes have prerequisites. Prerequisites are those classes that prove eligibility for entry-level classes by testing or by having satisfied prior coursework. Coursework earned at other institutions must be unofficially evaluated or approved by a program advisor before registering. Building Information Modeling Certificate Prerequisites: none Note: Advanced placement testing, work experience and transfer of credits may result in course waivers, credit transfer and advanced placement.
Curriculum

Program Requirements

Course Number

Certificate Requirements (19 credits)

Credit Hours

course(TDR 100)

Basic BIM for Design & Construction

5

course(TDR 101)

Intermediate BIM for Design & Construction

5

course(TDR 102)

Advanced BIM for Design & Construction

5

course(TDR 103)

Energy Analysis for BIM

4

 
Total Credits
19
Total Credits -- Minimum
19.00
Sequence
This program of study is outlined by quarter, and courses should be taken in the indicated sequence. However, it should not be concluded that students will always proceed through their program of study exactly as prescribed here. The number of quarters listed here is minimal. Not all courses are offered every quarter. Individual student experiences, educational and training background, and personal schedules and demands all may affect the time it takes to finish this program. Also, in general, summer Quarter is not considered one of the full-time quarters in the program. 1st quarter: TDR 100 2nd quarter: TDR 101 3rd quarter: TDR 102 4th quarter: TDR 103
Sequence Type
Suggested
Notes

What skills do I need to be successful in this field?

What are some potential job titles?

  • BIM Modeler
  • BIM Technician
  • BIM Project Coordinator

Wages, employment trends and pathways:

Program Contact:            
Stephen Simmons          
(206) 934-0085                  
stephen.simmons@seattlecolleges.edu

NSC Advising Office:                                                     
(206) 934-3658                  
resources.northseattle.edu/advising

Program Website:       
resources.northseattle.edu/programs/engineering-graphics-design-tech