Architecture & Construction Management
|Welcome to the Department of Architecture & Construction Management at Farmingdale
State College! We are celebrated our 70th year in 2016. Our programs have been meeting the needs
of the building industry and the design professions in the New York metropolitan region
for more than 70 years. The Building Construction and Highway & Bridge Construction
curricula were originally started in 1946. The first programs to be nationally accredited
by ETAC - ABET in the Department were the Civil Engineering Technology and Construction
- Architectural Engineering Technology in 1965. In the early 1990's, the College was
elevated to full four-year status and shortly thereafter the Bachelor of Science in
Construction Management program was started.
We offer two undergraduate degree programs and one graduate degree program. The first is the BS in Construction Management Engineering Technology, one of the leading programs in the region and the second is the BS in Architectural Engineering Technology, the only state supported program in the region. Both undergraduate programs are offer a path to professional licensure in architecture or engineering. It also offers a path to graduate school in addition to being employed directly in the field or profession. The School of Engineering Technology offers a graduate level MS in Technology Management - with a track in Construction Management. We have articulation agreements with local community colleges that make us the transfer program of choice for students with associate degrees in construction, civil and architectural technology. Come visit us today!
- Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Construction Management Engineering Technology
- Master of Science in Technology Management (Track II: Construction Management)
Accreditation (ETAC / ABET)
Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET
Faculty and Staff
Our faculty and staff include registered engineers and architects. Please visit the faculty and staff page for a list of our full-time and part-time faculty
Research: The faculty in the Department of Architecture & Construction Management undertake research projects each year in the College's applied research centers as listed below.
- Infrastructure, Transportation and Security Center
- The Research Foundation of State University of New York
Part-time Adjunct Faculty Positions Available
- Adjunct Assistant Professor - Architectural Technology
- Adjunct Assistant Professor - Construction Management
- Adjunct Assistant Professor - Civil Engineer
- Architectural Engineering Technology (Suggested Sequence)
- Construction Management Engineering Technology (Suggested Sequence)
- Dual Degree Requirements for Each Program entering Fall 2018 onward (two degrees, an additional 30 credits above the first degree)
- Approved Technical Electives (Const. Mgmt. Eng. Tech.) - Spring 2016, Rev. Spring 2019
- Approved Technical Electives (Arch. Eng. Tech.) - Not in Effect at this time
- Approved Science / Math Electives (Arch. & Const. Mgmt. Eng. Tech.)
- Required Portfolio & Problem Solving Notes: ARC486 & CON496
- Student Advisement Notes - link to => DegreeWorks
Student and Career Development
Visit the Student and Career Development page for information on student internships, professional internship information for licensure, and job postings from local professional firms
Applied Learning Courses
The following courses have been designated Applied Learning courses. Applied Learning activities may be included in a variety of different ways within your courses at Farmingdale State College. Some courses are dedicated to the applied learning activity, including clinical placements, internships, and practicums. In other courses, a single applied learning activity such as a field study or service learning experience will enhance your education. Knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and then applied in a hands-on, real-world environment outside the classroom is what Applied Learning is all about.
Service Learning & Community Outreach
The Department of Architecture & Construction Management is involved in supporting a number of service learning and community outreach projects that benefit the region and give students the opportunity to work on real world problem solving. The following is a list of projects.
- Service Learning Projects: Check out the article on service learning activities in the department.
- Creative Crane Competition (HS competition to promote excellence)
Our faculty, staff and students have been recognized for excellence in their academic and scholarship endeavors. The Department has produced two student Fulbright Scholars, Roman Titov in 2012 and Jared Finkelstein in 2010. Please visit our Awards and Honors page to see the the breadth of our program's achievements.