Department of Architectural Technology

a. What will you study on the BA Architectural Technology degree at APIST?
This is a four year degree; it can also be studied part-time over five years. The work placement year takes place between the third and fourth years of the degree. If the course is studied part-time only three modules are studied per year, following the same order of the full-time course.
b. What sort of careers can you have with a BSc Architectural Technology degree?
This course prepares students to work in diverse positions in the construction sector, both public and private, as architectural technologists, architectural designers, architectural engineers, BIM modellers, BIM coordinators and site coordinators.
Graduates may go on to become BIM managers, lead designers, information managers, project managers, consultants or set up their own architectural design practices.
Career options also include work within architectural practices, construction organisations, housing associations, local authorities, legislation and building authorities, central and local government, with property developers, processing and manufacturing industries, research and academia, energy sectors, conservation, conversion, maintenance, management, new build, restoration, retrofit or re-use projects.
We will support your career ambitions by helping you develop a professional portfolio, CV and career entry plan through one-on-one supervision. You will also have access to our Employability Service during and after your degree.


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