Architectural & Engineering Technology
The Architectural & Engineering Technology program provides entry-level skills, continuing education and advanced technical skill sin several specialized fields, including computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), 3-D digital modeling and rendering. The program offers four undergraduate certificates in the specialized areas of Architectural Drafting, Civil Drafting, Mechanical & Electrical Drafting and Structural Drafting, as well as the Associate of Applied Science degree in Architectural & Engineering Technology (AAS-AET).
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. The Associate of Applied Science (AAS-CM) degree requires 4 to 5 semesters to complete. The Bachelor of Science (BSCM) degree requires 8 to 9 semesters to complete.