As a student in Madison College's Architectural Technology program, you will:
- Develop the skills to enter the architectural field or transfer into a bachelor's degree program in architecture
- Build experience working with architectural engineering and construction teams to address challenges in the building industry
- Learn to draw, animate, draft, model, render and create architectural plans
- Train with the most current technical software, tools and methods
- Use computer lab software that is often one year ahead of the procession
- Learn 2D and 3D software skills, including 3D modeling, animation and rendering
- Understand building materials, construction methods, building codes, site design and structural analysis
- Practice client relations, including cost estimation and presentation skills
- Learn architectural design history
- Assist architects and engineers in developing plans and specifications, and comparing building compliance with contract documents in the field
- Learn from instructors who work in the field
Madison Area Technical College's Architectural Technology program offers an affordable track toward earning a bachelor's degree. Learn about your transfer options.
Credit for High School Students
Madison College's Architectural Technology Program offers dual-credit opportunities to high school students interested in getting a head start on college classes. Learn more about youth options.
Students in the Architechtural Technology program can attend full or part time.
Architectural Technology program classes may be offered at these Madison College campuses:
Explore financial aid eligibility for Architectural Technology.