Architectural Technology (Fast-Track)
Our Architectural Technology Fast-Track program allows qualified graduates with a university degree in architecture (including those from foreign universities) to gain direct admission into the third semester of the three-year Architectural Technology program and receive their diploma in four academic semesters. This Fast-Track program is primarily aimed at internationally-trained professionals seeking knowledge of North American construction practice and language.
In this engineering program, you will use state-of-the-art computer technology to prepare designs, construction drawings, specifications and reports needed to communicate with clients, builders and approval authorities. Activities include preparing drawings for commercial, institutional, complex and multi-use buildings. You are also introduced to building materials, construction methods, structural design, mechanical and electrical services, building codes, contracts, specifications and the business environment for providing design and construction.
|Full-time Duration:||2 years/4 semesters|
|Location:||Progress Campus, Toronto, Canada / Blended|
- Program faculty members have advanced degrees, licences and credentials in architecture, architectural technology, building science, engineering and green building. Among them are many current industry practitioners.
- The courses include a strong focus on energy-efficient, sustainable design and construction strategies, and protecting the environment.
- A project-based curriculum that highlights a different building type each semester, and provides you with a strong foundation in technical knowledge to give you an advantage.
“A good opportunity to be a member of the research team to conduct research for reputed institutions like University of Toronto and Centennial College. Gained a lot a new knowledge and hands-on experience in conducting research. Learned sampling techniques and different data analysis methods.”
Sushil Anu // Performance of Existing Oil-Grit Separators (Stormceptor) and Development a New Generation of Urban Sediment-Contaminant Separators