The objective of the architectural engineering technology curriculum is to prepare well rounded technical people for architectural engineering technology jobs in design offices, construction companies and related employment.
The Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering Technology at the University of Cincinnati prepares students for productive and rewarding careers as architectural engineering technology professionals in the broad design/construct/maintain arena through implementation of sound curricula and practical cooperative experience in viable settings.
This mission requires that the professional faculty stay current with the state of the art in theory, application and industrial developments, through leadership in research and publication and through engaging the work and ideas of other educators and practitioners.
These inclusive and general statements describe the expected accomplishments of graduates during the first few years after graduation and are consistent with the department’s mission statement.
The primary educational objective of the BS AET is to prepare graduates for project management roles in professional design practices. Graduates should therefore be able to:
All graduates of the Architectural Engineering Technology Program must demonstrate the following:
Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://abet.org.