This course aims to develop a deeper understanding of digital design and fabrication in order to expand making, design and representation skills. It focuses on digital tools, software programs, models and processes. Through hybrid methods of making and comparisons between traditional and digital craft, students will gain proficiency in integrating digital fabrication within their repertoire of design. PREREQ: ARCH-2515 and ARCH-2526 (lec 1.5, lab 1.5) cr 3. Cannot retain credits for both ARCH-3326 and ARCH-4306.