Architectural - Structural Engineering Technician
The goal of the Architectural-Structural Engineering Technician degree program is to produce architectural technicians that have background knowledge of civil engineering design and construction, coupled with advanced education in the specific areas of architectural and structural design. Students will be trained to support and work with a professional architect or project manager. Skills learned in the program include designing architectural plans, researching and identifying mechanical systems for buildings applying building codes, and preparing presentation drawings.
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