Architectural Engineering Technology

Architectural Engineering Technology

​​ Build your career in ET - Architectural Engineering Technology

ABET.jpgThe Architectural Engineering Technology in COTC's Engineering Technology program is a two-year program placing a heavy emphasis on computer aided drafting (CAD) and includes the most up-to-date versions of AutoCAD and Revit. Through hands-on and lab-based courses, students are exposed to design and learn residential and commercial construction document production. The curricula includes additional courses designed to ground students in:

  • Building materials
  • Green design
  • Building codes
  • Construction management
  • Mechanical systems
  • Structural design
  • Architectural history

Students who successfully complete the requirements will receive an Associate of Applied Science degree in Engineering Technology, Architectural Engineering Technology. COTC also offers a COTC Certificate program in Engineering Technology, Architectural Computer Aided Draf ting (CAD) .  
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COTC graduates of Engineering Technology who wish to continue their education may complete their technical bachelor’s degree at several Ohio universities, including The Ohio State University, Bowling Green State University, Ohio University  and Miami University.

Click here for more information about Engineering Technology Scholarships for incoming students 2019-20.​



Architectural workerEnrollment, Graduation and Job Placement Information

The performance of the COTC Engineering Technology program is reflected through program effectiveness data. Program effectiveness data includes the program graduation data, enrollment data and job placement data. 

Enrollment Data

  • The Architectural Engineering Technology program's enrollment for Autumn 2015 was 24 students. For all of 2015-2016 enrollment was 48 students.
Graduation Data
  • The Architectural Engineering Technology program had 1 graduate  in academic year 2015-2016 .
Employment Data
  • During the ‘15-‘16 academic year, one individual received their degree in Architectural Engineering Technology and responded to the graduate survey. Concerning employment, the graduate indicated he/she was “not employed, but seeking employment” at the time of the survey.