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Architectural Technology, B.S.A.T. – Construction Management

Accelerate your career in the construction industry and become a sought-after employee with increased specialization and technological knowledge in the built environment.

What You’ll Learn

The Architectural Technology, B.S.A.T. program with a concentration in Construction Management incorporates classes in architectural design, building technology, environmental systems, and project management using advanced software and tools. You'll focus on the latest technologies in contemporary construction practice and discover novel ways to use software to resolve design issues.

After completing foundational courses in your first two years, including architectural history and building construction, design analysis, drafting, and 3-D design skills, you’ll gain critical experience through a culminating capstone project using Building Information Modeling (BIM) in analyzing and assessing design and technology integrations, simulating the workings of a contemporary architecture office.

Unique in the region, the Architectural Technology, B.S.A.T - Construction Management shares its curriculum with New York Tech’s NAAB-accredited Architecture, B.Arch. program, giving you a foundation that is career-oriented, creatively focused, and committed to sustainable design practices.

You’ll also participate in our extensive externship program, working competitive placements in architecture firms, construction companies, real estate management, architectural engineering, and visualization companies. Many students are even hired-on after graduation.


  • Consigili
  • H2M Architects + Engineers
  • JLS Designs
  • MDSzerbaty Associates Architecture
  • Mojo Stumer Associates
  • NYC Department of Buildings
  • ODA
  • TPG Architecture

Graduate Schools

  • City College of New York
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • UCLA
  • University of Miami

Career Options

  • Architectural Designer
  • Construction Project Manager
  • Physical/Digital/Virtual Model Maker
  • Building Information Modeler (BIM)
  • Specifications Writer
Alexander D’Amato (B.S.A.T. ‘20)


In addition to his coursework and internships, Alex serves as president of the Long Island campus’s American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) chapter. He’s also building his own home.

Cai W. Eberhardt (B.S. ’82)

Foot Locker

Within weeks of earning his New York Tech degree, Cai landed his first design job for New York City Parks. Now, he is vice president of planning, construction, and design for Foot Locker, Inc.

Francis Coiro (B.S. ‘78)


A veteran design and construction executive, Francis is VP of Construction and Development at MSG. He’s also project-managed high-profile projects like One World Observatory at One World Trade Center and the Sky View Observatory in Seattle.


Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.






ITop-Tier Ranking

USNWR Best Regional Schools in the North

New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

How You’ll Succeed

Upon graduation, you’ll be technically and professionally prepared to work in architecture firms worldwide. You may also be eligible for licensure as an architect in New York State, which entails four years of education plus five years of professional working experience—some of which you’ll have earned while still enrolled at New York Tech.

USNWR Best Colleges/Regional

Top-Tier Ranking

New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

Do. Make. Innovate.

Student Profile: Nicholas Spano

New York, NY | April 12, 2021

Nicholas Spano has made his dreams a reality during his time at New York Tech, working and gaining hands-on experience at an architectural firm, while simultaneously working on significant research projects. The Box sat down with Spano to learn more about his time at New York Tech and his plans for the future.

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