Architecture and construction degrees
Should I earn a degree in architecture or construction?
Individuals with a design background in architecture, construction, engineering and technology or a law background in construction law are crucial to the planning, construction and daily operations of buildings and building sites. In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts faster than average job growth in the architecture, construction and law fields over the next 10 years.
Online architecture and construction programs
Learners interested in designing buildings and environments, managing facilities and building sites, or construction law may pursue a graduate degree in either construction management and technology or construction law. These graduate degrees are designed to build upon the competencies developed in your undergraduate education and will prepare you for leadership roles in your chosen field.
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What can I do with an architecture or construction degree?
Study with the best in engineering, construction and design
ASU is home to the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, ranked in the top 25% of accredited engineering programs in the nation; the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, a top law school in the country; and the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, which views creativity as a core 21st century competency. Students studying online learn from the same award-winning faculty teaching on campus and have access to an unmatched suite of services to empower their success in college and beyond.
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