Architectural Technology Course List

Summary of Degree Requirements Quarter Hours
Professional Core 24
BPS 320 Project Management  
BPS 340 Role of the Professional in Society  
BPS 370 Service Marketing  
BPS 380 Facilities Management  
BPS 410 Financial Planning for Professionals  
BPS 450 Professional Studies Strategy (Capstone Course)  
Concentration Courses 20
ACT 321 Architectural Graphics  
ACT 322 Architectural Design  
ACT 356 Advanced Internship  
ACT 423 Construction Technology  
ACT 424 Building Systems  
Thematic Sequence Electives 52
Thematic Sequence I 12 - Communication
Thematic Sequence II 12 - Quantitative
Thematic Sequence III 12 - People & Society
Thematic Sequence IV 16 - Concentration Related
Thematic Sequence must include:  
CMT 330 Personal Narrative & Branding  
CMT 440 Life-Long Career Strategy or  
ICP 350 Intermediate ICenter Project or  
ICP 450 Advanced ICenter Project  
Thematic Sequence-Concentration Related
(Sustainable Construction)
ACT 331 The Basis for Sustainable Design  
ACT 431 Sustainability in Construction  
ACT 441  Sustainable Design Practicum  
Bachelor Degree Requirements Met 96

Academic programs and courses subject to change based on enrollment.

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