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Architecture & Construction

About Architecture & Construction

This Career Cluster prepares learners for careers in designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining the building environment. People employed in this cluster work on new structures, restorations, additions, alterations and repairs.

Architecture and construction comprise one of the largest industries in the United States. Based on the latest statistics, this career cluster has 13.8 million jobs. In the next few years, many new jobs will be added and many employment opportunities will result from the need to replace experienced workers who leave jobs.

Consultant: Rachel Allen, M.Arch., ADDA, LEAD Certification

2014-15 Offerings

Program of Study

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Production Design

Computer Aided Drafting I

Computer Aided Drafting II

Advanced Drafting and Design

Entrepreneurship1

Electrical Systems

Construction Core

Electrical I

Electrical II

Entrepreneurship1

Masonry Construction

Construction Core

Masonry I

Masonry II

Entrepreneurship1

Concrete Construction

Construction Core

Concrete I

Concrete II

Entrepreneurship1

Plumbing

Construction Core

Plumbing I

Plumbing II

Entrepreneurship1

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration

Construction Core

HVAC/R I

HVAC/R II

Entrepreneurship1

Welding

Introduction to Welding

Basic Principles of Welding

Advanced Welding Applications
and Certification

Entrepreneurship1

Carpentry

Construction Core

Carpentry I

Carpentry II

Entrepreneurship1

Interior Design

Foundations of Interior Design*

Residential Interior Design*

Commercial Interior Design*

Advanced Interior Design*

*Submitted to State Board of Education on first reading January 2014.
1 Satisfies ½ credit of Economics required for graduation.