Build a strong foundation for a career in architecture.
Sheridan two-year Architectural Technician Program and three-year Architectural Technology Program graduates enter the workforce with two powerful competitive advantages:
- A nationally recognized credential
- Superior, industry-approved education
Sheridan's Architectural Technician and Architectural Technology programs were accredited in 2007 by the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB). We are one of the few CTAB-accredited architectural technology schools in Ontario. You are assured that our programs meet professional standards.
Design and Visualization Instruction
Developed in close cooperation with industry, our project-based curriculum mirrors the architectural technology workplace. You will acquire a unique blend of job-ready creative and applied skills, including:
- Computer-aided design
- 3D modeling
- Visual problem-solving
- Project administration
- Preparation of contract documents and specs
Sheridan excels at teaching visualization and design. You'll also gain a thorough understanding of building materials, construction systems, municipal codes and regulations, as well as sustainable energy and building technologies.
Employers praise Sheridan Architectural Technology and Architectural Technician graduates because they are ready on Day 1 - there is no on-the-job training required.
Unique Learning Experiences
Sheridan's Architectural Technology and Architectural Technician programs both use mobile computing, so you'll have 24/7 online access to lecture notes and other class material plus the ability to collaborate on group projects.
In addition, the three-year Architectural Technology Co-op Program provides three paid work placements that provide students with valuable experience and professional contacts. Enrolment is limited through an additional co-op application process that takes place in the first semester. See Cooperative Education for details.
The Architectural Technician/Technology Program is nationally accredited by the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board. Graduates have completed all the academic requirements for professional certification with the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT). Additional requirements for certification exist and are established by OACETT.
Sheridan Architectural Technician/Technology Program courses are held at the Davis Campus in Brampton, Ontario.
Learning Outcomes for this program are regulated by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. For a listing of Learning Outcomes, please visit the MTCU website.