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Architectural Technology

Architecture and Construction career cluster

Quick Facts

  • Associate of Applied Science: 2-year program (60 semester credit hours)
  • Certificates:
    • Level I (18-30 semester credit hours)
    • Level 2 (45 semester credit hours)
  • Occupational Skills Award: 9 semester credit hours
  • Full program is offered at: South Campus

Summary

Architecture is a highly competitive field that combines science and art to design buildings and structures where people live, work and play.

After you earn your degree or certificate at TCC, you may choose to:

  • Find a job as a paraprofessional in the field. 
  • Pursue a professional career in architecture. Transfer to an accredited college or university to earn a bachelor's degree or master’s degree in architecture, and you are on your way to becoming a licensed architect.

We also offer related continuing education programs that do not require you to enroll in credit courses.

Program Options

Degree

Certificates

Level 1

Level 2

Occupational Skills Award

Community & Industry Education (non-credit)

 

Contact

South Campus

James Howard AIA, NCARB, ICC, Coordinator of Architectural Technology
817-515-4746
james.howard@tccd.edu

Updated November 28, 2017