Please visit the Pathways page to view the recommended sequence of the courses listed below.
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Architecture
Completion of this program leads to employment as a draftsperson for architecture design firms, interior design firms, engineering firms used as consultants by architects, contractors, material fabricators or building and design retailers. Graduates of the program have the opportunity to seek employment in the areas listed or transfer their credits to an architecture programs offering a bachelor's degree giving students the opportunity to pursue an architectural license. Courses required for the degree are:
Note: Fulfillment of the following general education courses is also required for the AAS degree. Transfer students should coordinate the selection of the courses with transfer institutions.
Basic Certificate: Architecture
The 20-credit basic certificate is intended for students seeking entry level positions for employers noted under the AAS in Architecture degree. The required courses can be completed in two semesters. They include:
Advanced Certificate: Architecture
The 21-credit advanced certificate is intended for students seeking intermediate level positions for employers noted under the AAS in Architecture degree. The certificate is stackable upon the basic cerfificate. The additional required courses can be completed in two semesters beyond the basic certificate. They include:
Computer Aided Design
Basic Certificate: CAD
This certificate is intended for students intending to develop software application skills in the areas of drafting and modeling. The required sequence for the certficate is ARCHITC 170, 171 & 172 (Digital Labs 1, 2 & 3).
Advanced Certificate: CAD