Architectural & Engineering Technology - The Architectural & Engineering Technology program provides entry-level skills, continuing education, and advanced technical skills in several specialized fields, including computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), 3-D modeling, and rendering. The program offers an occupational endorsement certificate in CAD for building construction, four undergraduate certificates in the specialized areas of architectural drafting, civil drafting, mechanical and electrical drafting, and structural drafting, and an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in architectural and engineering technology which encompasses all of these fields.


Construction Management - The Construction Management program provides comprehensive preparation and continuing education to meet the growing need for highly trained and educated construction management professionals. Associate degree graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in varying construction management roles for contractors in both home office and project office/field situations. Bachelor's degree graduates are prepared for a wide variety of professional-level employment opportunities in construction companies, construction management consulting firms and in the offices of government and project owner agencies.