Bachelor of Science in Architectural Technology
The Architectural Technologist is a highly skilled technical professional within the construction industry.
As a student of Architectural Technology you will be encouraged to appreciate the concepts of architectural design and apply technical design principles in the development of a building to meet the project brief, the regulatory requirements for the building and the performance requirements for environmental and energy efficiency. The course has a strong work ethic which encourages students to interact closely and, in so doing, make life-long friends and colleagues.
In recognition of the practical nature of the course, GMIT provides students of Architectural Technology with dedicated studio spaces for each course year equipped with manual and PC drawing facilities, the latest IT software and plotting facilities.
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Why Study this course?
The BSc in Architectural Technology Level 7 is fully accredited by the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI). This degree is also accredited by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT)
Graduates can proceed through an internal progression route to year 4 of the Level 8 Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree in Architectural Technology at GMIT.
GMIT fosters strong industry and practice links within the construction sector
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