b'This course deals with theDDT 2523 - Pipe Draftinghistory of shipbuilding and development of civil planningproceeds into the shipbuilding and design processes.Credit(s): 3processes, the types of steel Prerequisite: DDT 1163, DDTused in ship manufacturing, 1313 and DDT 1323 (3,1,4)Instruction in basic steel shipwelding and testing processes building and the process of shipused in ship construction and DDT 2213 - Structuraldesign and planning.integration of various Detailing IPrerequisite: DDT 1163, DDTcomponents into a functional 1313 and DDT 1323 (3,1,4)vessel. (3,2,2) Credit(s): 3DDT 2664 - Marine Systems DDT 2543 - Steel Ship Structural section, terms, andBuilding and DesignIntegration conventional abbreviations and symbols used by structuralCredit(s): 3Credit(s): 4 fabricators and erectors are studied. Knowledge is gained inThis course is designed toThe content of this course was the use of the A.I.S.C.provide the student with andeveloped for a designer Handbook. Problems are studiedunderstanding of the ship as aapprentice position. This course that involve structural designingwhole and the process of shipwill place an emphasis on the and drawing of beams, columns,design and planning. (3,2,2)integration of hull and marine connections, trusses, andsystems into a complete vessel bracing (steel, concrete, andpackage. The design and wood). Students will utilize 2D orDDT 2563 - Introduction toanalysis of general guidance, 3D software. Prerequisite: DDTSteel Shipbuilding andhull structure, propulsion, 1163, DDT 1313 and DDTBlueprint Readingelectrical, command and 1323 (3,1,4)surveillance, auxiliary systems, Credit(s): 3outfitting and furnishing and DDT 2243 - Cost Estimatingannament are investigated. This course provides instructionIncluded is the study of in basic steel ship building,equipment installation, plating, Credit(s): 3bulkheads, propulsion systems, blueprint reading and thepower generation, and combat Preparation of material and laborprocess of ship design andsystems, HVAC and weapons quantity surveys from actualplanning. (3,2,2)management. (4,4,0) working drawings and specifications. (3,2,2)DDT 2623 - ArchitecturalDDT 2813 - Inventor 3D Design IIModel and Animation DDT 2253 - Statics and Strength of MaterialsCredit(s): 3 Credit(s): 3 Emphasizes standard Credit(s): 3This course will provide procedures and workinginstruction on the 3D Study of forces acting on bodies;drawings. Details involvingapplications of lnventor. It moments of forces; stress ofarchitectural, mechanical,emphasizes the development of materials; basic machine design;electrical, and structural3D parametric models and the and beams, columns, anddrawings are covered, along withability to generate 2D drawings, connections. Prerequisite: MATpresentation of drawings anddetails and renderings from the 1313. (3,2,2)computer-aided designmodel. This course will also assignments. Prerequisite: DDTprovide the utilization of 1613. (3,1,4)assembly drawings and DDT 2373 - 3D Modeling animation of working parts. DDT 2643 - Naval(3,1,4)Credit(s): 3Architecture and Ship Structures This course will emphasize theDDT 2823 - Revit user coordinate system and 3-DArchitecture modeling. Prerequisite:DDTCredit(s): 3 1163, DDT 1313 and DDT 1323.Credit(s): 3 (3,1,4)This course provides an in-depth insight to the overall shipbuildingThis course provides instruction process. It begins with a brief 330'