Architectural Design Track

Architectural design students are educated in the process of taking a project from concept, to CAD, to the completed structure. Working together with architects and engineers, they assist in producing drawings and specs for major construction projects. Architectural design graduates are prepared for careers in architectural design, planning, development, document control and construction as well as technical or sales positions in a variety of manufacturers and suppliers associated with the building industry.

The architectural design track, will provide students with backgrounds in:

  • Architectural design
  • BIM - Building Information Modeling
  • Computer-aided drafting
  • Building structures and structural design
  • Steel and concrete structures
  • Surveying and site planning
  • Construction Estimating

Career Outlook
Architectural design is a program dedicated to teaching the technical, functional and form elements of the design and build processes in the construction industry. The program provides graduates with the information to work with architects and engineers consisting of structural, mechanical and electrical engineers. Graduates of this program hold employment in areas such as:

  • Architectural and Design Firms
  • Engineering Offices
  • Planning and Development Agencies
  • Contractor's Offices
  • Government Agencies 

Contact

Mr. Kevin Perry
Program Coordinator
School of Engineering
kperry@murraystate.edu
270.809.3654

Dr. Danny Claiborne
Chair
School of Engineering
dclaiborne@murraystate.edu
270.809.6910
Department: 270.809.2993