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Architectural Technology Curriculum

Architectural technology is the study of how buildings are built and how they work. In the Architectural Technology program, students will gain an understanding of the basic principles of selecting and detailing building components, materials, systems and technology, including:

  • Standards and applications of various construction materials and assemblies
  • Documentation of building design in 2D and 3D formats
  • Environmental and mechanical systems, ecology, and the designer's responsibility to conserve energy and natural resources
  • Behavior of structural systems in withstanding both gravitational and lateral forces
  • The nature of codes, regulations, and standards applicable to all building projects

The Architectural Technology curriculum covers a wide range of building technology and design courses as well as general electives. This breadth of inquiry allows students to pursue a course of study tailored to their own interests and career objectives. The Design Studies Practicum helps students connect their studies to applications in the workplace.

  • All Segments
  • Segment I
  • Segment II
  • Segment III

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 3

Semester 4

Summer

  • Mathematics and Natural Sciences Elective

Semester 5

Semester 6

Summer

  • Open Elective

Semester 7

Semester 8

 

Total Academic Credits: 121

*AT Concentration allows open elective in lieu of required courses or specific electives

Semester 7

Semester 8

 

Total Academic Credits: 121

*AT Concentration allows open elective in lieu of required courses or specific electives