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Architectural Design + Technology

Program Director: James Fuller


We offer a pre-professional Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Architectural Design + Technology, a rigorous academic program that prepares students for a variety of careers in architecture and the construction industry. The focus of the program is the design studio in which technical, structural, and liberal arts courses are integrated through the creative process in the design of progressively more complex architectural projects.

A strong component of liberal arts, with particular emphasis on communication skills, as well as multiple electives in the later years, ensures that students who pursue this program of study will have the foundation of a challenging architectural education. They will also have a broad understanding of the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue advanced degrees in architecture and related disciplines or entry into architecture firms or the building industries.



Fahad Baker

Degree Program
Bachelor of Science

Architectural Design + Technology, BS


Construction Management 


Architectural Design + Technology Minor

The undergraduate program in Architectural Design + Technology  teaches an understanding of how buildings are designed and created, including the evolution of a building and how to communicate design decisions along with the evaluation, selection, and application of different materials, construction techniques, and mechanical and electrical systems.

Coursework in the program includes design, the history of architecture, structures, physics, and mathematics, all supported by the Educational Objectives and Expected Outcomes. The program is one of only six baccalaureate programs accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET.

Accredited by CAPTEThe program in Architectural Design + Technology is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET (ETAC).