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Architectural Student

Architectural Technology

About

About the Program

The Architectural Technology program prepares graduates to assume a variety of duties in the architectural profession including:

  • Create construction working drawings
  • Design development drawings and renderings
  • Estimate costs
  • Write specifications
  • Structural design and detailing
  • Construction supervision
  • Sales of materials and equipment
  • Facilities engineering
  • Building inspection
  • Building codes
  • Zoning ordinances

Careers

Employment After Graduation

Many of our courses are designed to give students the technical knowledge required in design offices. Additionally, students will work in a design office as part of their coursework. Typical employers of graduates include:

  • Architecture Firms
  • Architecture and Engineering (A & E) Firms
  • Construction Companies
  • Civil Engineering Firms
  • Corporate Design Departments
  • Contractor Design Shops
  • Government Housing Departments

Programs

Career Program Degree and Certificate

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree

  • Architectural Technology A.A.S.

Certificate

  • Architectural Technology Certificate

Learn more about program options.