|Faculty:||School of Construction: Moose Jaw Campus
|Field of Study:||Criminal Justice/Police Science
|Description:||Architectural technologists are involved at every stage of building design and construction, from blueprints to building codes and from interior design to space planning. It’s a great career for detail-oriented, visual thinkers who enjoy working in a technology-driven environment. You’ll be able to work in residential, commercial and institutional design and construction.
Architectural Technologies is a three-year diploma offered full time at Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw campus. It includes five academic semesters and three four-month Co-operative Education work terms. The program offers two areas of concentration: Building Sciences and Interior Design. The first three semesters are common to both areas. You’ll focus on residential design and wood frame construction (National Building Code - Part 9), and build knowledge and skills in: properties and function of construction materials, criteria and methods of building construction and design, preparation of construction documents, and construction contract administration.
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Cost shown is for Year 1 of the program.