The program is designed for those who wish to pursue careers in the architectural or construction fields. Graduates of the program have basic skills for entry level employment in architectural or engineering offices as well as in construction. They are also prepared to transfer at advanced levels into a baccalaureate or 5 year professional degree programs in pursuit of becoming a licensed architect or construction manager.
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:
Determine information needs by framing appropriate questions
Use a variety of search methods such as library databases and internet and professional sources to locate information
Assess information and apply pertinent elements
Critically analyze and evaluate information
Apply knowledge to assigned construction communication requirements through CAD, drafting, oral, and written techniques
Satisfy employer with student’s knowledge base and ability to complete tasks in the appropriate amount of time
Ira Hessmer Program Coordinator Architectural Engineering Technology
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† Throughout this catalog, this symbol means that a pre-requisite is required. Please refer to the Course Descriptions section.
Opportunities to earn credits through Prior Learning Assessments (PLAs) may be available for some courses in this program. Please consult your counselor or faculty advisor for more information.
STUDENTS: The Community Colleges are undergoing a merger with a plan to become Connecticut State Community College in fall 2023; please work closely with your advisor/program coordinator to select your courses accordingly. See Becoming Connecticut State Community College for more detail about this exciting transition!