Technical Architect (1st cycle degree)
The studies leading to a Technical Architecture degree are aimed at training graduates to perform a wide range of activities within the field of construction. These include supervising the actual building work, organisation and planning, quality control, safety and health, economics, cost control and management.
Specific professional opportunities for technical architects include:
- Directing the physical execution of construction work; drafting projects for new buildings, renovation work and demolition within their area of expertise, and the upkeep of buildings.
- Quality control programming and management, and coordinating occupational safety and health.
- Management of the economic aspects of construction work, and job recruitment, organisation and planning.
- They are also capable of conducting studies that are in some way related to construction, in the broadest sense of the word.