Whether you pursue an Architecture and Sustainability or Facility Management degree, the structure of our programs ensures you receive a solid grounding in architectural theory and practice before you declare your field of study.
The foundation of your study is the two-year Architectural Technology program.
The two-year curriculum provides you with the basic concepts and technical skills essential to architecture-related professions. Most importantly, these two years give you the direction you need to decide what your next path will be. While you may choose to leave the program with an associate degree, 98 percent of our students move into a Bachelor of Science program within the School of Built Environment.
You may also pursue a Dual Degree, a five-year program which awards you a Bachelor of Science degree in two majors.
Both classroom and studio experience expose you to the requirements of professional life.
Beyond gaining technical proficiency, you’ll learn essential workplace skills such as communication, teamwork, and problem solving. Because we bring the profession into the classroom, you’ll also learn what being prepared means and what high-quality work looks like.
Study with full-time, hands-on professors who are licensed architects and certified facility managers.
Class sizes average 18 students, so you and your professors get to know each another. You’ll develop personal relationships that strengthen your educational experience. You’ll also have the access to your professors that you need, whether it is talking about an assignment or the hurdles of becoming an architect.