Architectural Technology

Successful completion of an architectural technology degree program can lead to a career as an architectural technician or a variety of other building professionals. Read on for details about education and career options in this field.

Inside Architectural Technology

Architectural technology is the application of building design and construction science to solve technical issues in architecture. Architectural technology professionals work in numerous industries, including construction, materials manufacturing, building engineering and residential contracting.

Education Information

An education in architectural technology typically prepares students to work alongside architects, construction workers and other building professionals during the structural development process. Educational programs in architectural technology typically culminate in associate's degrees. These degree programs blend hands-on training with classroom instruction in areas like computer-aided drafting, construction codes and methods, building design and structural systems. Graduates may also continue their education in a bachelor's or graduate degree program in architectural technology or related fields, such as architecture or construction science, which can lead to more advanced careers. Certificate programs are also available. The following pages include information about degree programs in architectural technology.

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