CU College of Architectural Sciences & Computer Sciences (Bldg I)

CU College of Architectural Sciences & Computer Sciences (Bldg I)

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Department of Computer Sciences

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Regular Building Hours: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM

Associate’s & Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Sciences

  • AA in Computer Sciences
  • BA in Computer Sciences

Core Curriculum

  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Information Systems
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Business & Organizational Application Programming & Development
  • Database Design and Business Intelligence Implementation
  • Electronic Commerce
  •  Introduction to Web Site Design
  • Management Information Systems
  • Computer Networks, Security, and Forensics
  • Interactive Mobile and Web Application Development
  • Database Management Systems Design

Electives:

  • ·       Global Purchasing and Supply Management
  • ·       Introduction to Supply Chain Management
  • ·       Writing For Media
  •        Neural Networks
  • ·       Geospatial Information Systems for Organizations
  • ·       Marketing Analytics
  • ·       Digital Marketing and Social Media
  • ·       Marketing Research
Joint Courses in computer science/mathematics are designed to:
•Provide an opportunity for students in other fields to learn about computers and their applications.
•Provide specialized training for science students who will use computer science and mathematics as tools.
•Prepare the computer science/mathematics major for employment in industry, teaching, or for admission to graduate school.
Course Requirements
To enroll in any computer science or mathematics course that lists prerequisite courses, a student must earn a grade of C- or better in all of the prerequisites.
In addition to the general education requirements, the computer science/mathematics major must complete the following:
Lower-Division Courses: 29 units
COSC 220 Computer Science I…………………………………………….(3)
COSC 221 Computer Science II…………………………………………….(3)
MATH 150Calculus I (GE)………………………………………………….(4)
MATH 151 Calculus II……………………………………………………….(4)
MATH 220 Formal Methods…………………………………………………(3)
MATH 221Discrete Structures……………………………………………..(3)
MATH250Calculus III………………………………………………………(4)
PHYS 210 Physics I (GE)……………………………………………………(5)
Upper-Division Courses: 33 units
COSC 320 Data Structures………………………………………………….(4)
COSC 330 Computer Systems………………………………………………(3)
COSC 450 Programming Paradigms……………………………………….(4)
COSC 475 Computer Networks…………………………………………….(4)
COSC 490 Senior Capstone (PS, RM, WI)………………………………..(4)
MATH 260 Linear Algebra…………………………………………………..(4)
MATH 350 Mathematical Probability………………………………………(4)
MATH 365 Automata Theory………………………………………………..(3)
Choose one elective computer science of the following:
COSC 425 Computer Organization………………………………………..(3)
COSC 465 Operating Systems………………………………………………(3)

First-Year Program

The computer science/mathematics major should enroll in the typical first-year program and include COSC 220, COSC 221, MATH 150, MATH 220, and MATH 221 in the first-year.

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College of Architectural Sciences (Bldg I)

Degrees in Architectural Sciences

The College of Architectural Sciences provides the following two Bachelor Degrees:

A: Bachelor in Architecture & Planning to achieve an architectural license in the U.S. once the professional exam A.R.E. is passed and construction courses are taken. This is a key component and critical to students’ ability to complete the track within the accelerated time frame.

Prepare for a career that allows you to use your creativity and passion for architecture.

Educate: Learn from the masters

How it works:

Earn the Bachelor in Architecture & Planning and pass the A.R.E. (exam) to become architecturally licensed in the U.S.

Experience: Prepare with professional practice

In the Intern Development Program Carieliin students will gain real-world work experience during summer and winter breaks to eventually obtain 3,740 hours of paid experience while completing their B.S. While working the students will put into practice what they are learning in the classroom.

Through focused instruction from faculty, a dedicated resource center, guided study groups and the coaching of expert consultants, Carieliin fully supports architectural students as they prepare for and take all sections of the registration exam.

The immersive art and design context at Carieliin gives architecture students a competitive advantage as designers. The exposure to art and leading-edge technology produces well-rounded practitioners with excellent graphic skills.

B: Bachelor in Architectural Sciences

This program combines a liberal arts education with a general study of architecture and design. Student may choose to select the elective requirements across a broad range of architectural topics or concentrate them within a particular area of focus such as architectural history / theory, design or technology. This four-year degree program requires a minimum of 120 credit hours.

Students considering the B.A. in Architectural Sciences must understand that this is not the professional degree for architecture practice. It is not designed to prepare the student either for architectural registration or for entry into the architecture profession.  It is specifically designed for students seeking exposure to the conceptual content of architecture within a liberal arts framework. The curriculum is a powerful platform from which to pursue graduate education.


Core Curriculum

Foundation studies: 35 hours

  • Drawing I: Form and Space
  • Design I: Elements and Organization
  • Design II: 3-D Form in Space
  • Graphics for the Building Arts
  • Architectural Fundamentals Studio I: Form, Space and Order
  • Architectural Fundamentals Studio II: Site as Design Generator
  • Architectural Fundamentals Studio III: Spatial Relationships and Human Response

General education: 60 hours

Major curriculum: 80 hours

  • Introduction to Architecture
  • Modern Architecture I: 1750-19
  • Modern Architecture II: 19-Present
  • Survey of World Architecture and Urbanism
  • Electronic Design I: Digital Communication for the Building Arts
  • Construction Technology I: Building Materials and Assemblies
  • Architecture Design Studio I: Human-centered Design*
  • Architecture Design Studio II: Site and Environmental Context*
  • Architecture Design Studio III: Structural Applications*
  • Structures: General Structure
  • Construction Technology II: Building Systems and Technologies
  • Environmental Control I: Energy, Climate and Human Comfort
  • Architecture Design Studio IV: Urban Context*
  • Architecture Design Studio V: Capstone I – Research and Schematic Design*
  • Architecture Design Studio VI: Capstone II – Comprehensive Design Development*
  • Environmental Control II: Mechanical, Lighting, Acoustics and Life Safety Systems

Bachelor in Architectural Sciences & Planning
Total Credit Hours 126 cr
Major Requirements in Architectural Sciences and Planning 36 cr
Required Core Courses 15 cr
ARPL 101 Architectural Foundations 1,
Introduction to Architecture 3 cr
ARPL 102 Architectural Foundations 2,
Design Tools 3 cr
ARPL 201 Architectural Foundations 3,
Design Analysis and Synthesis 3 cr
ARPL 211 History of Architecture 1 3 cr
ARPL 231 Introduction to Sustainability 3 cr
Program Electives 21 cr
Choose from the following (or any other approved ARPL electives)
ARPL 202 Introduction to Architecture Design 1 6 cr
ARPL 212 History of Architecture 2 3 cr
ARPL 232 Environmental Design 1 3 cr
ARPL 311 History of Architecture 3 3 cr
ARPL 314 Architectural Theory 3 cr
ARPL 333 Construction 1: Assemblies and Detailing 3cr
ARPL 583 History of American City Planning 3 cr
ARPL 504 Spirit of Place 3 cr
ARPL 506 Portfolio Design 3 cr
ARPL 515 Beauty and Brains 3 cr
ARPL 516 Oriental Western Landscapes 3 cr
ARPL 524 Practice Law, Real Estate and Planning 3 cr
ARPL 558 Animation in Architecture and Design 3 cr
ARPL 559 Emerging Technologies Modules 3 cr
Liberal Arts and Sciences Distribution Requirements 54 cr
ENG 101 Rhetoric and Composition 3 cr
PHIL 201 Classical Design3 cr
PHIL 202 Modern Design3 cr
MINST 201 Faith Seeking Understanding 3 cr
HUM 101 The Classics in Conversation 3 cr
MATH 108 Pre-calculus 3 cr
MATH 111 Calculus 3 cr
PHYS 101 20th Century Concepts 3 cr
3 additional TRS courses 9 cr
2 additional Philosophy courses 6 cr
3 approved Liberal Studies electives 9 cr
1 approved Social Science elective 3 cr
1 LS Language Requirement 3 cr
Electives in the student’s Approved Interest Area
(outside of architecture)30 cr
Total =
120

How to Apply for admission.

  • Get started. Apply for Admission to HMHS CU, NOW.  The academic year is 2 semesters, from August or September (Malibu starts on Sept 20) to May.  There’s also a summer semester for those who are really ambitious.
  • Refer to Student Housing and Apply Now. And choose a floor plan from among the Student Residential Halls and for Freshmen & Sophomores.  Or Student Apartments for Juniors & Seniors. To fully experience HMHS Carieliin University you are required to complete the first 54 units on-campus, basically your Freshman & Sophomore Years. While your Junior year can be on or off campus where housing is available.
  • Register for Autumn Classes, NOW.
  • If you Graduate you’ll receive your HMHS Carieliin University degree: A Bachelor of Liberal Arts (ALB) Degree with optional Major at the annual Commencement Ceremony in May.

 

CU Course Schedule, College of Architectural & Computer Sciences

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