Program Outcomes

Associate in Science

Associate in Science

Description

The Associate of Science Degree in Architecture is a two to three-year sequence of courses designed for students who wish to train for employment in architecture or a field related to the construction industry. Majors that students can transfer into include: architecture, architectural engineering, and construction management. This degree is organized to provide the breadth and depth required to practice in entry level positions within the architecture profession and construction industry such as: architectural draftsperson, civil drafter, construction manager, real estate developer, and government building code administration, as well as related construction industry jobs. Students who successfully complete an Associate of Science Degree in Architecture may complete an 8 year internship working for a licensed architect and/or professional engineer and will qualify to take the California Architects License Exam leading to a career as a licensed architect.

Salary

Careers associated with this program have a salary range from $40,000 to over $208,000 with an average salary of $86,000.

Certificate of Achievement

Certificate of Achievement

Description

The Architecture Certificate of Achievement program is a two-year sequence of courses designed for students who wish to train for entry-level employment in architecture or a field related to the construction industry. It also provides returning students with ongoing education to increase their job skills. Careers that the program allows students to pursue include: architectural draftsperson, construction manager, real estate developer, and government building code administration, as well as related construction industry jobs.

Salary

Careers associated with this program have a salary range from $40,000 to over $208,000 with an average salary of $86,000.

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