AS Degree in Architectural Design

                 and Construction Technology

 

 Associate of Science Degree - AS.ADCT

The AS.ADCT degree is not specific to any one area of employment within the building design and construction industry. The programs technical course content meets the State of Florida’s criteria for becoming a licensed contractor at any one of three different levels.

Work experience at the license level sought is also required before a student can sit for the State Contractors licensing examination. Graduates have also been employed as CAD technicians in architectural and engineering firms, as material testing technicians, as team members in land surveying companies, or as inspectors for local, County and State government.

Note:

Courses in the three Certificate Programs apply to the AS.ADCT Degree. Students earn all three certificates with the complection of the  AS.ADCT Degree Program.


 

AS.ADCT Technical Course Content and Sequence

The recommended sequence of courses is listed below. The scheduling of classes allows a new student to enroll in either the Fall or Spring term and to complete their AS level degree within two years.

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Samples of Student Projects Created

in the AS.ADCT Program

 

 

frame
Framing Model

 

cad
Designing with CAD

 

beam
Beam Support Details

 

truss
Bowspring Truss

 

 

“CADD Techs need to understand what they are drawing as well as the use of the software”

 

 


 

 

Time Factors

· Certificates require one year of study or less.

· AS degrees require two years of study.

· AA degrees required two years or more of study and two to three years at an upper division College or University.

 


 


This page last updated February 20, 2014 eab

Please report any problems with this page to Eugene Broda gbroda@hccfl.edu