Why Choose the Architectural Engineering Design Program?
Creating designs and seeing them take shape, jumping from two-dimensional images to three-dimensional layouts? The Architectural Engineering Design program focuses on Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software used in the design/construction industry, which is enhanced by hand drafting, engineering, design standards, building codes, cost estimating, team planning and much, much more.
Employment opportunities utilizing these skills are vast and varied. If you love drawing, visualizing and laying out designs and concepts for buildings, this program and career path might be the perfect fit.
Our Architectural Engineering Design program prepares students for careers in residential design or technical fields like computer-aided drafting.
How Long It Takes:
All program lengths are estimates and are not guarantees.
Architectural & Civil Drafter
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Meet Your Instructors
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Architectural Engineering Design Program Information Sessions usually occur at 3 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.
To learn more about information sessions, visit cptc.edu/info-sessions.
Visit the Academic Calendar at cptc.edu/academic-calendar to see when the next information session is scheduled.
STORIES ABOUT OUR ARCHITECTUAL ENGINEERING DESIGN PROGRAM
Clover Park Technical College Architectural Engineering Design instructor Poppy Bushnell received special recognition last week when she was presented with a President’s Citation from the Northwest Region Construction Specification Institute.
CPTC and NWC&THS alum Sarah Cox works on a design at her job at Boone Electric in Puyallup. Cox was hired in March and finished her final quarter of classes while working full-time.
Invested in student success: Alumna Katie Stock credits instructors with support through degree program, job hunt—and beyond.