Architectural/Construction Technicians usually work under the immediate supervision of a registered architect, professional engineer, or construction manager. They perform operational tasks of a technical nature following well-designed methods and procedures set down by their construction supervisors or by architectural standards. Tasks often include producing construction documents from architectural sketches, computations, written and computer-assisted drawings of results, and field inspection of work according to plans.
The program is currently teaching Green building practices such as geothermal heating and cooling, active and passive solar technology, envelope home construction and sustainable Architecture.
This program is taught by a Registered Architect who is pursuing LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certification.
Note: This degree requires you to purchase a laptop from the Southeast Tech Support Center.