Leffi Cewe-Malloy, Coordinator
The architectural engineering technology program educates students in the process of producing and documenting design projects from schematics through construction. The program is designed to prepare its graduates for employment in architecturally related firms, including architects’ offices, design-build firms, engineering firms, construction companies, governmental agencies, real estate development firms, planning offices, and materials suppliers and manufacturers. Major courses of study include architectural design, architectural history, architectural working drawings, building materials, visualization courses, MEP systems, estimating, specifications, structural design, and building information management.
Approximately 20-30% of USM students who complete the Bachelor of Science in Architecture Engineering Technology continue their education at a NAAB accredited Master of Architecture level if they decide to pursue licensure as an Architect.
Architectural Engineering Technology BS Degree Requirements (120 hours)
Architectural Engineering Technology BS Semester Guide
Availability: Hattiesburg Campus
Admission Requirements: See University Admission Policies
Program Academic Policies and Requirements:
Accreditation: Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the ABET, http://www.abet.org