Architecture and Construction Certificate of Achievement

OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM

Total Credit Hours: 32

Colleague Code: CA.ARTCN

Curriculum Code: ACT 211

Recommended Course Sequence:

First Semester: ACT 124, ACT 201, ACT 202 CAD 151

Second Semester: ACT 120, ACT 134, ACT 203, ACT 234, CAD 153

Program Information:

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For Program Information Contact:

Business and Technologies Department at 217.786.2381 or 217.786.2406 or see an academic advisor.

Required Program Courses (26 credits)

ACT 120

Introduction to Building Construction

4 credits

ACT 124

Architectural Construction Documents I

5 credits

ACT 134

Architectural Construction Documents II

4 credits

ACT 201

Utilization of Concrete and Masonry

3 credits

ACT 202

Wood, Steel and Aluminum Structures

3 credits

ACT 203

Architectural Specifications and Mechanical-Electrical Systems

3 credits

ACT 234

Architectural Construction Documents III

4 credits

Required Program Support Courses (6 credits)

CAD 151

Fundamentals of Computer-Aided Drafting

3 credits

CAD 153

Architectural Computer-Aided Drafting

3 credits

The following courses will be offered in the fall semester only: ACT 124, ACT 201, ACT 202 and CAD 153. The following courses will be offered in the spring semester only: ACT 120, ACT 134, ACT 203 and ACT 234.

Lincoln Land Community College provides the following information in compliance with the “Program Integrity” and “Gainful Employment in a Recognized Occupation” regulations as defined by the US Department of Education (34 CFR 668.8).

Gainful Employment Information

In-District Tuition & Fees:

$3,424

Books & Supplies:

$1,184

Academic Year 10-11 Completions:

0

On-time Completion**

--

On-time Rate**

--

Placement Rate***

0.0%

Median Federal Loan****

$0

Median Private Loan****

$0

Median LLCC Loan****

$0

** Many students attend part-time and will not be able to complete the certificate in the amount of time indicated in the LLCC catalog. Students may also work on multiple degrees/certificates simultaneously, which often lengthens their time to completion.

***Calculated from FY10,11,12 respondents to employment status on the LLCC Career & Technical Graduate Follow-up Survey

****This is the median loan amount borrowed by certificate completers in 2010-2011.