Architecture & Construction
Careers in designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining the built environment
ATC gives high school students a chance to receive credit at participating community colleges across Texas for taking high school technical courses. Approved courses and their college equivalent are listed in the ATC Course Crosswalk. The participating colleges have agreed to offer students credit for these courses, ...
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The Architecture & Construction Cluster is focused on careers in designing, planning, managing, building, and maintaining the built environment. The instructional content for this cluster is organized into three federally-identified career pathways:
Accommodations for Learning Differences
It is important that lessons accommodate the needs of every learner. Each of the lessons included in this cluster may be modified to accommodate your students with learning differences by referencing the following files also found on the Special Populations page of this web site. Select the links below for access to these files.
So You Want to be an Architect?
This series of 3 narrative videos totaling 18 minutes is an entertaining description of the pathway to becoming a licensed Architect in the State of Texas. Texas Architect, Gary Juren helps the student understand the requisites to becoming a licensed design professional. His guidance begins with High School preparation, to a University education, through the Intern Development Program (IDP), the Architectural Registration Exam (ARE), and a forecast for employment. This video is sure to stimulate a student’s interest in the exciting career of Architecture. Click the play button for each movie to view it online.
So You Want to Be an Architect? Part 1
So You Want to Be an Architect? Part 2
So You Want to Be an Architect? Part 3