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Associate of Applied Science in Architectural and Engineering Technology

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Architectural and Engineering Technology prepares students to work as support personnel in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry. The program emphasizes the development of creative design thinking skills and digital software skills needed to solve challenges confronted by architects, engineers, and constructors.

The program is based on curriculum used in accredited architecture programs and may qualify as transfer credit for students interested in pursuing architectural licensure. Please go to UAA's Authorization by State website for information about licensure or certification in a state other than Alaska.

Admission Requirements

Complete the Admission Requirements for Associate Degrees.

Graduation Requirements
AET A101Fundamentals of Construction Documents3
AET A102Methods and Materials of Building Construction3
AET A123Codes and Standards3
AET A181Fundamentals of Building Information Modeling (BIM)3
AET A213Fundamentals of Civil Construction4
AET A242Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Systems4
AET A285Design Project 15
AET A286Design Project 25
ART A105Beginning Drawing3
ART A160Art Appreciation3
ART A261History of Western Art I3
or ART A262 History of Western Art II
CM A232Statics and Strength of Materials3
CM A422Sustainability in the Built Environment3
Total45

 A minimum of 60 credits is required for the degree.