Construction Management & Design

Long before towers are raised and bridges are built, architectural technologists, engineering technologists, project managers and designers spend countless hours planning a successful project.

The construction management and architectural technology programs in the School of Applied Sciences and Technology won't teach you how to run a saw or drive a crane. They are designed to teach you fundamental skills that will allow you to assist in the management and design of construction, spatial planning and civil engineering projects.

Alternative Energy Technology

Explore new and non-traditional energy sources in preparation for a career in the growing alternative energies sector.

Architectural Technology

Use free-hand sketching techniques and computer-aided drawing skills to develop graphic images and technical drawings.

Bachelor of Technology in Construction Management

Take your career to the next level and earn this new post-diploma degree part time.

Civil Engineering Technology

Learn how to design and manage construction, infrastructure and research projects.

Construction Engineering Technology

Gain practical knowledge and industry-relevant skills that can help you advance your career in construction.

Engineering Design Technology

Develop your engineering drawing, 3D modelling and computer-aided design and drafting skills to begin a rewarding career!

Surveying and Geospatial Engineering Technology

Survey your career path and learn about the collection, analysis, storage, distribution and application of spatial data used in land development.

Interior Design Technology

Learn the relationships between functional, technical and aesthetic elements in interior environments.

Landscape Architectural Technology

Are you interested in outdoor spaces? Do you have an eye for detail, a flair for design or an interest in emerging technologies? If so, we have a program for you!

Mechanical Engineering Technology

With emphasis on engineering fundamentals and high-tech equipment and analysis techniques, you'll learn what it takes to become a mechanical engineering technologist.

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