Programs

You can transform what you see around you. Skylines, suburbs and structures of all kinds can be changed by turning your ideas into reality.

As a School of Architectural Studies student, you will learn be a valuable contributor to the design and development of the buildings that define our living and working environments. Learn the theory, technology and leading sustainable building practices to make change happen. 

Our programs will prepare you with the design and visualization skills for a rewarding career as a:

  • Computer drafting technologist
  • Sales/marketing professional
  • Interior design technologist
  • Kitchen designer
  • Building inspector
  • Project inspector
  • Project administrator
  • Technical assistant in the architectural building industry

Get ready to start shaping Canada’s cities and communities at George Brown College’s School of Architectural Studies.

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

DIPLOMA PROGRAMS

2016-2017
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Credential: Ontario College Diploma
As an architectural technician, you can participate in the design and development of the buildings that define our living and working environments using sustainable building practices and constructability techniques. This two-year program will prepare you to work alongside architects, designers, contractors and builders.
2017-2018
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Credential: Ontario College Diploma
This two-year program will prepare you to work alongside architects, designers, contractors and builders. As an architectural technician, you can participate in the design and development of the buildings that define our living and working environments using sustainable building practices and constructability techniques.

ADVANCED DIPLOMA PROGRAMS

2016-2017
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Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma
As a graduate of the Architectural Technology program, you will have the ability to contribute to the changing built environment with a knowledge of design, functionality and technology. Architectural technologists are key members of the project team and play a vital role in turning the design ideas of architects and engineers into practical and successful buildings. This three-year program prepares you to work with architects, engineers, designers and project managers to design our living and working environments, using sustainable building practices.
2017-2018
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Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma
Architectural Technologists are key members of a project team, and play a vital role in turning conceptual design ideas into technical construction documents and practical, buildable solutions. This three-year program provides you with the essential knowledge base and fundamental skills required to work as an Architectural Technologist within the many companies and sectors of the architectural and construction industry. Performing tasks of a technical nature, you will be part of the interdisciplinary team of professionals and trades people involved in the building design, construction and management process.
2016-2017
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Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma
Interior Design Technology is a three-year program that prepares you to be a valuable member of the design team for interior alterations, additions and renovations, lease hold improvements and new construction. An Interior Design Technologist is a key member of the team, contributing to the technical design of building interiors by developing plans, elevations, colour schemes and 3D models, which incorporate details such as wall assemblies, lighting, textiles, fixtures, furniture and ergonomic considerations.
2017-2018
Added to Comparison
Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma
Interior Design Technology is a three-year program that prepares you to be a valuable member of the design team for interior alterations, additions and renovations, lease hold improvements and new construction. An interior design technologist is a key member of the team, contributing to the technical design of building interiors by developing plans, elevations, colour schemes and 3D models, which incorporate details such as wall assemblies, lighting, textiles, fixtures, furniture and ergonomic considerations.

DEGREE PROGRAMS

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS