The Architectural Technology program helps students develop skills applicable in a variety of Built Environment professions, including architectural, engineering and design practices, contracting firms, and material suppliers. Building Information modeling (BIM) and Integrated Project design (IPD) are core principles taught throughout the curriculum, with Autodesk Revit being the primary BIM tool. Environmental responsibility is emphasized, with students taking a USGBC LEED exam prep course. Curriculum tracks are available for both building technology and building design.
Graduates are employed as drafters for architectural firms, inspectors and project managers in the construction industry. Many opportunities exist in the building materials and assemblies sales and supply area.
Formal articulation agreements with other colleges and universities indicate how Sinclair programs and courses will transfer to other institutions.
The Program Educational Objectives are as follows:
|CAT 1101||Architectural Drafting||3|
|CAT 1121||Introduction to Revit & BIM||3|
|CAT 1201||Construction Methods & Materials||4|
|CAT 1241||Building Systems||4|
|CAT 2101||Design in Revit||4|
|CAT 2201||Advanced Revit||2|
|CAT 2401||Engineering Technology Project Management||3|
|CAT 2700||Civil Architectural Technology Internship||2|
|CAT 2780||Architectural Technology Capstone||4|
|COM 2211||Effective Public Speaking||3|
|ENG 1101||English Composition I||3|
|EGV 1301||Architectural Energy Analysis||2|
|EGV 2351||LEED Green Associate Exam Preparation||2|
|MET 1131||Personal Computer Applications for Engineering Technology||1|
|MET 2711||Ethics for Engineering Technology Professionals||1|
|PHY 1141||College Physics I||4|
|Architectural Technology Elective||7|
|Ohio Transfer Module: Social & Behavioral Sciences Elective||3|
|(MAT 1470 AND MAT 1570 OR MAT 1580)||5 - 6|