Architecture / Construction Technology
Do you enjoy problem solving? Are you interested in the built environment? You may be a great fit for the Architecture/Construction (ACT) program at HFC
Interested in this program?
Why should I choose this program?
Our program is designed to provide you with a foundation in the principles and practice of building construction. By the time you finish, you will have an excellent platform to pursue careers in Architecture, Construction Management, Civil Engineering and more.
In the ACT program you won't just sit in classrooms; you will engage in real-world projects in the labs and in the community. Our curriculum is unique among other similar college programs in that it is project-based, allowing you to gain an understanding of building construction through practical, “hands-on” activities. You will explore all facets of residential and commercial design and construction while working with state-of-the-art, industry-standard software, construction materials and techniques.
Enroll now in the ACT program for a rewarding foundation into the practice and applications of architecture and construction.
What skills will I learn and improve?
- CAD and technical development
- Client presentation and public speaking
- Project management
What are my career opportunities?
Program features and benefits
ACT students collaborated with the City of Dearborn
Architecture and Interior Design Students designed and planned the restoration of a Historic Henry Ford Home.
Collaborate with other departments on campus
The HFC Architecture / Construction Technology program transfers to University of Michigan - Ann Arbor.
Assistant Project Manager for the Detroit office of Homrich - Certified Journeyman carpenter
The ACT program was very knowledgeable- not just from an architectural standpoint, but it gives you a base to start with any architecture firm in terms of what’s expected of entry level employees.
The instructors were great. They were willing to help out and were very knowledgeable about what the industry as a whole demands – from the idea of a building to the finished product of a building
FT Faculty - Architectural Construction
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