Architecture and Building Trades
Check out our degrees, certificates and apprenticeships associated with architecture and building trades.
AS66 Credit Hours
Develop the tools you need for a career as a construction planner, or an architectural assistant or engineer.
AA72 Credit Hours
If you're interested in a four-year degree in architectural design, interior design or landscape architecture, this may be the track for you.
AA65 Credit Hours
If you wish to pursue a Bachelor's degree in contracting or construction, this may be your track.
AS60 Credit Hours
Train to be an industrial manager, lineman, field engineer, substation electrician, plant electrician, control analyst, and more.
Engage in a combination of classroom and on-the-job training in carpentry, electrical, fire sprinkler fitter, HVAC, pipefitting, plumbing, roofing, and sheet metal fabrication.
Engage in a combination of classroom and on-the-job training as a licensed commercial electrician.
CCC15 Credit Hours
Learn two levels of CAD applications, manual techniques, blueprint reading and building system design.
CCC24 Credit Hours
Develop the practical skills for a construction drafting career.
PSAV600 Clock Hours
This 5-year program covers the Heritage program and a wide variety of pipefitter technologies.
CCC12 Credit Hours
Learn the technical skills for engineering technology support positions in production and manufacturing.
CCC19 Credit Hours
Engage in specialized training in green building design and LEED standards.
PSAV1050 Clock Hours
Build a solid foundation and advanced knowledge of a variety of welding applications.