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Architecture & Construction

Individuals pursuing a career in the Architecture and Construction cluster work on new structures, restorations, additions, alterations, and repairs. Careers include architectural and civil drafter or engineer, residential or commercial carpenter, construction worker, electrician, plumber, and painter to just name a few.

Program of Study

Architecture & Engineering Design Track

Architectural & Engineering Design Architectural & Engineering Design I Architectural & Engineering Design II Architectural & Engineering Design II Work Based Learning: Architectural & Engineering Design
CTE Student Organization: Skills USA, TSA

EPSOs: CSWA (Certified Solidworks Associate) or ACU (AutoCAD Certified User) certification, Dual Credit through NeSCC for DRAF1210 Computer Aided Drafting I and ENGR 1110 Engineering Graphics.

Residential & Commercial Construction Track

Residential & Commercial Construction Fundamentals of Construction Residential & Commercial Construction I Residential & Commercial Construction II Construction Practicum Work Based Learning: Residential & Commercial Construction
CTE Student Organization: Skills USA
ESPO: OSHA 10, TCAT Dual Enrollment

Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing Track

Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing (MEP) Systems Fundamentals of Construction MEP Systems Electrical Systems Construction Practicum Work Based Learning: MEP Systems
CTE Student Organization: Skills USA

ESPOs: OSHA 10, Dual Enrollment Credit through NeSCC for ENST 1350 – Industrial Safety and ELEC 1010 – Introduction to Electricity

Last Updated: January 5, 2024