Architectural Design & Construction Technology

20460 - 66 Credits

This degree trains students in the latest methods of producing drawings for a variety of business applications. Most courses combine classroom instruction with lab practice, where real life activities are emphasized. The professional architectural draftsperson prepares construction plans for projects related to the building construction industry. Architectural offices, design/development firms, general contractors, and truss manufacturing plants are just a few of the businesses that engage architectural drafting services.

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