Associate of Applied Science│2 Years│66 Credits│Fond du Lac Campus│Eligible for Financial Aid
Moraine Park’s Architectural Technology Associate of Applied Science program provides the knowledge and experience in planning and design that are needed in the construction industry today.
What You’ll Learn
Serve as a team support member to architects, engineers, surveyors, and mechanical contractors to help plan and design the construction of buildings, highways, bridges, utilities and other major infrastructure projects. Students apply computer-aided design (BIM/CAD) skills to architectural, structural and related designs. Architectural Technology program graduates may find employment with architectural firms, civil/structural/mechanical engineering firms, general and mechanical contractors, surveyors, municipalities and public utilities.
- Prepare presentation drawings
- Prepare structural design plans
- Apply basic survey principles
- Design site plans
- Design architectural plans
Potential careers include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Architectural Designer
- Architectural Technician
- Design BIM/CAD Technician
- Construction Estimator
- Construction Inspector
- Construction Manager
- Construction Surveyor
- Engineering Technician
- Public Utility Technician
Course requirements are subject to change. Visit our catalog for up-to-date information.
|103-159||Computer Literacy – Microsoft Office||1|
|607-116||Architectural Technology and Drafting||4|
|801-136||English Composition 1||3|
|804-195||College Algebra with Applications||3|
|607-110||Civil Drafting Fundamentals||4|
|801-196||Oral and Interpersonal Communication||3|
|804-196||Trigonometry with Applications||3|
|607-131||Structural Analysis 1||3|
|607-140||Soils and Foundations||3|
|Social Science Course||3|
|607-132||Structural Analysis 2||3|
|Behavioral Science Course||3|
|REQUIRED ELECTIVE CREDITS|
|Required Elective Credits (can be taken any semester)||3|
Moraine Park’s admissions starts with the online application. The admissions steps and financial aid process can take 6-8 weeks for some programs, so plan ahead.
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NOTE: This program requires minimum Accuplacer QAS or ACT Arithmetic scores to register for the algebra classes. After you have been admitted to the program, your advisor will help you understand what courses are appropriate for your next steps.
The cost of your degree depends on a number of factors such as total credits required, textbooks and the financial aid you receive. Some programs have additional costs such as uniforms, technology and equipment.
- $143.45 per credit (resident)
- $215.18 per credit (out-of-state resident)
- Online students are not charged out-of-state fees.
- Please refer to the Tuition & Fee Information for additional enrollment fee information.
$1,814 for books and supplies.
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High school dual credit provides high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school, without leaving their high school classroom. The courses are taught by certified high school instructors using technical college curriculum, grading policies and textbooks.
Has previous life experience already helped you build knowledge and skills applicable to your studies? Applying previously earned credits to a program of study can save you both time spent in the classroom and money spent on tuition and fees.
Transferring here is easy! You can transfer in prior college work by submitting official college transcripts or get a free transcript review.
Financial Aid is provided to aid eligible associate degree and technical diploma programs with 28 credits or more. Processing can take 6-8 weeks after a student’s completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is received.
Our recruiters on any of the three campuses are ready to help you plan your future!