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Civil Engineering and Architecture 1,2 (P) (8171, 8172)
Civil Engineering and Architecture 1-2 (P) (8175)
Civil Engineering and Architecture 3,4 (8173, 8174)
Civil Engineering and Architecture 3-4 (P) (8176)
Civil Engineering and Architecture Community Classroom 5,6 (8177, 8178)


Grade Range:
 11–12
 Prerequisites:
 Introduction to Design 1,2
 Course duration:
 Two to four semesters (see below)
Subject area in which graduation credit will be given:
 Practical Arts; community classroom sections may be repeated for credit
 UC subject area satisfied:
 d - Science (8171, 8172 only)
Notes:
 This is a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) course that utilizes prescribed lesson plans. Teachers must complete mandatory PLTW training in order to teach this course.
Course Description:
 This is a specialization course in the Project Lead the Way engineering program and is designed to prepare students for careers in architecture. The course provides an overview of the fields of civil engineering and architecture and emphasizes the interrelationship of the two. A major focus of the course is a long-term project involving the development of a local property. As students learn various aspects of civil engineering and architecture, they use the knowledge to design and develop the property via computer simulation and hands-on activities.

This course is offered in single-period and double- period formats. Paid and unpaid internships are part of the course curriculum.

Basic Texts and Teaching Guides:
 All curriculum materials are supplied by PLTW.