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  • 20-month diploma
  • August entry date
  • Notre Dame Campus, Winnipeg
  • Co-op work experience
  • Mandatory four-month co-op work experience between Year 1 and Year 2
  • Laptop delivery
  • Possible Accreditation: Architectural and Building Technologists Association of Manitoba (ABTAM) and Construction Specifications Canada (CSC)
  • International applicants please visit Academic Program, Dates and Fees for a listing of programs for international students, current availability, and online application instructions.


Architectural Technologists are key participants in the design and planning of building projects and play a vital role in translating conceptual ideas into technical documents for construction. The Architectural Technology program will introduce and develop the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to work in this dynamic industry.

The learning process in the Architectural Technology program uses the latest technology to develop Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) skills, Building Information Modeling (BIM), project visualization and analysis, and project planning and administration. While learning using collaborative strategies, you will develop practical skills in projects from the residential and commercial sectors of the Architectural, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry. The program provides opportunity for you to gain work experience in relevant industries through one co-op work term.    
In the Architectural Technology program, you take advanced courses and build on competencies gained as you move from semester to semester. Courses include subjects such as:
  • Building Information Modelling
  • Architectural detailing
  • Building science
  • Structural systems
  • Codes and standards
  • Project management
  • Specifications and contract administration
  • Green building and sustainability

A capstone project is incorporated into the final term.

Admission Requirements

Your Academic History
If your academic history includes any of the following, please visit My Education for important information: post-secondary studies at an institution other than Red River College Polytechnic; Modified (M), English as an Additional Language (E), or GED high school courses; or home schooling; international secondary (high school) studies.


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  • Click on your application, then Supplemental Items & Documents.

If you do not have a Future Student Account or require assistance, please contact our Student Service Centre at 204-632-2327.

Internationally Educated Applicants - visit www.rrc.ca/credentials for credential assessment information.

Submission of required documentation indicating proof of completion of admission requirements is due within 15 days of applying unless otherwise noted in the program's admission requirements.

However, if you apply within 6 weeks of the program start date, admission requirements are due within 5 days of applying.

A strong background in science is recommended.

Regular Admission Requirements

  1. Grade 12
    • Submit proof of graduation from or enrolment in Grade 12, including one credit in each of the following:
      • Grade 12 English
      • Grade 12 Math (Applied Math 40S or Pre-Calculus Math 40S is highly recommended)
    • If you provide proof of enrolment at time of application, your official final grades indicating successful completion must be submitted by July 15 for fall enrolment or by the deadline specified in your admission letter
    • If you are required to complete an English language assessment, do not submit your transcripts until requested to do so.  See English Language Requirements (ELRs) for more information.
  2. English Language Requirements (ELRs)
    • Answer this question to determine if you meet this program’s ELRs:
      Have I successfully completed 3 years of full-time high school (secondary) education in Canada, the United States, or an ELR exempt country where English was the language of instruction?
      • If YES, you meet English language requirements.  Apply and then submit your transcripts* for review
      • If NO, submit proof of meeting an ELRs option.  If you choose the English language assessment option, review this program's approved assessments and required levels.
      • If you completed all of your education in Canada, the United States, or an ELR exempt country in English but you did not graduate high school, submit your transcripts* for review. 
    • * If your transcripts are from the USA or an ELR exempt country, we will assess an International Credentials Assessment Fee to be paid before your transcripts will be reviewed.

Mature Student Admission Requirements
If you are 19 years of age or older and have been out of high school for a minimum of one year at time of application, and you do not meet the regular admission requirements, you may apply under the Mature Student admission requirements.

  1. Academic Requirements
    • High school graduation is not required, but you must have successfully completed or be enrolled in:
      • Grade 12 English
      • Grade 12 Math (Applied Math 40S or Pre-Calculus Math 40S is highly recommended)
    • If you provide proof of enrolment at time of application, your official final grades indicating successful completion must be submitted by July 15 for fall enrolment or by the deadline specified in your admission letter
    • If you are required to complete an English language assessment, do not submit your transcripts until requested to do so.  See English Language Requirements (ELRs) for more information.
  2. Meet Regular Admission Requirement 2

English Language Assessments

English Language AssessmentMinimum Required Levels
L - Listening, S - Speaking, R - Reading, W - WritingLSRW
AEPUCE (Academic English Program of University and College Entrance )
Requirement: Submission of a parchment (certificate) indicating successful completion of the AEPUCE program, including language levels achieved if available.
CAEL and CAEL Online (Canadian Academic English Language)
CLB (LINC) (Canadian Language Benchmark - Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada)
Canadian Citizens: LINC programs are not available.
CanTEST (Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees)
The Official CanTEST was discontinued in 2021, and as of October 20, 2021 the RRC CanTEST is no longer offered at RRC Polytechnic. CanTEST results dated within 2 years of your application date will still be accepted to meet English language proficiency requirements. Please note the Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS) program requires the Official CanTEST (The RRC Institutional CanTEST will not be accepted).
Duolingo (Duolingo English Test)


There are no minimum required levels for L,S,R,W.

Only Duolingo English Test scores that have been verified through the Duolingo English Test Portal will be accepted.

IELTS - Academic (International English Language Testing System)
Please Note: 3 year expiry date for Nursing Program Applicants
LSI (Language Studies International)
PTE - Academic Online Assessment (Pearson Test of English)
Password Skills (An in person English Language Assessment hosted by RRC Polytech)
This in-person, computer-based test is composed of four test modules: reading, writing, listening and speaking. The test takes 3 hours and 5 minutes to complete and is conducted in two parts. The first part assesses reading, listening, and writing, and the second part assesses speaking in a separate room. Password Skills costs $135 to take through RRC Polytech. Password Skills is hosted by the RRC Polytech Testing and Assessment Centre: E440, Manitou a bi Bii Daziigae building, on the fourth floor. If you wish to do Password Skills remotely (not in-person), Password Skills Plus can be taken online. RRC Polytech does not offer Password Skills Plus, but we do accept the results for entry into program.
Password Skills Plus (Password Skills Plus is an online assessment that can be taken instead of Password Skills. )
TOEFL-iBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language - internet Based Test)
To meet the needs of students who are unable to take the TOEFL iBT® test at a test center due to public health concerns, ETS is temporarily offering the TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition test in selected areas.

Who Should Enrol?

To excel in Architectural Technology you should:
  • Be inspired to create something great
  • Be interested in the built environment
  • Have a strong attention to detail
  • Be committed to achieving excellence in your work
  • Thrive in a technically-driven industry
  • Have a passion for solving problems
  • Be able to think visually and creatively
  • Work well independently and as part of a team
  • Enjoy working in both field and office environments
  • Have strong skills in math
  • Be organized, highly motivated. and have strong time-management skills
  • Be able to communicate well with others
  • Be able to communicate, write and record your work clearly and effectively

Locations, Dates and Fees

Next Estimated Term 1 Start Date (subject to change)

Location Start Date Apply Link
Notre Dame Campus Aug 26, 2024 Apply Now

Costs (estimates only; subject to change)

Program/Student Fees
Year 1
Year 2
Books and Supplies
Year 1
Year 2
Other Fees
Year 1
Program/Student Fees (International)
Year 1
Year 2
1Includes a Co-op term of $999
2Includes a Co-op term of $999

Red River College Polytechnic is a participating institution in the HigherEdPoints program. Through this program, students are able to convert Aeroplan® Miles and TD Points into funds to help cover their tuition. Family members and friends can also contribute to a student’s education by converting their loyalty points - anyone can donate their points to an individual student.

Visit the HigherEdPoints website for more information about the program and/or to set up an account to convert your points.

Courses and Descriptions

(Click the course name to view the description of the course)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
CIVL-1011Algebra & Trigonometry 1
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This math course covers fundamental principles, definitions of mathematical terms and basic graphing techniques.  Students will learn to simplify expressions and solve equations involving trigonometric functions, systems of linear equations, factoring and fractions.

CIVL-1012Computer Applications 1
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This course will teach the fundamentals of MS Office software including Word and Excel.

Students will be taught features in WORD to produce memos, letters, reports, and resumes, and in EXCEL they will create lists, perform simple calculations, add graphics, use a LOOKUP table, link data, and create and edit charts.  Students will also use various methods to transfer data and graphics from WORD and EXCEL to PowerPoint and graphics to AutoCAD, and drawings from AutoCAD to WORD and PowerPoint.

CIVL-1013Statics and Strength of Materials 1
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Statics is the study of forces that act on a structure at rest. This course consists of the basic principles that allow the determination of forces carried by structural bodies and frames. Some of the learning outcomes topics are: (force characteristics, moment force, Resultant Force, equilibrium, Free Body Diagrams and Truss Analysis). This course is delivered via in class lectures and the LEARN management system (database).

CIVL-1014Surveying 1
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This course will introduce the fundamentals of survey measurement and equipment use, profile plotting, grade calculations and topographic surveying. This course includes a practical field component consisting of basic measurement exercises using surveyor's levels and digital Total Stations.

CIVL-1016Technical Communication 1
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The course focuses on developing students’ written and oral communication skills within a technical environment. Teaching will include how to summarize and synthesize information effectively for delivery in both oral and written form.

CIVL-1017Technical Graphics
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This course provides students with an introduction to and an understanding of the construction drawing conventions, annotation methods, scaling and an understanding of the fundamental tools and techniques using AutoCAD computer aided drafting software. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to produce moderately complex, two-dimensional working drawings using both imperial and metric units. Students will be introduced to the concepts of formatting units, layers, line weights, line types, text, dimensions, and paper space. Furthermore, students will examine how to add or modify objects, text, dimensions, hatching, and blocks.

CIVL-1018College Expectations and Survival Skills
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This course outlines the college expectations for students, and gives them reference material to enhance their survival skills, for success in their chosen field of study, and their career, to assist them with finding the resources they need; to decrease preventable drop outs and help students achieve their goals to graduate. Installation of current college-supplied software for various courses is also included in this segment.

CIVL-1020Professional Ethics
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The course will introduce students to the fundamentals of ethics and decision making in the workplace. Practical functions are introduced including: understanding the foundation of ethics; personal morality and lifestyle; social ethics; professional expectations in the workplace; construction contracts; the role of government; common myths; architectural issues & construction defects; engineering & construction defects; construction defects & litigation; care, custody & control; specialized & investigative services; expert witness; and CTTAM Code of Ethics & Guidelines. Employee/employer centric exercises, case studies and practical assignments will provide an identifiable linkage between more abstract theory and real world practice and assist successful students to master ethical decision making. Techniques learned will also be applied to other courses and on-the-job experiences. Wherever practicable case studies and reading references will be based on the construction industry and related fields.

CIVL-1022Building Science
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Building science principles are required to understand how a building functions and reacts to its environment, and to improve its efficiency and durability. You will investigate the effects that the movement of air, heat, moisture and wind have on the building envelope and be able to describe critical components such as insulating materials, air and vapour barriers, their use, applications and properties. A variety of building envelope solutions for cold climates will be explored.

CIVL-1023BIM Fundamentals
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In this course, students will explore Building Information Modelling (BIM) with Autodesk Revit by learning fundamental tools, commands and workflows. Students will create comprehensive 3D architectural building information models in order to generate concept drawings, construction documents – plans, elevations, sections, details, schedules and 3D views of architectural projects.

CIVL-1024Architectural Detailing 1
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In this course, students will learn about the production of "working drawings" as they relate to the scope of work in a professional architectural office. Students will produce working drawings to current industry standards from written, sketched and oral data, of a design-controlled commercial building project, consisting of multiple occupancies and to current detailing practices, with an emphasis on horizontal elements of plan views. Students will learn about the various building materials, systems and construction techniques required to produce a proper set of architectural working drawings for a small "commercial type" building. Skills developed in this course will be applied to concepts in other Architectural Technology courses.

CIVL-1025Building Mechanical Systems
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This course is designed to provide an outline of the design, function and operation of mechanical systems for buildings. Students will be introduced to the basic components of mechanical systems and will discuss the relationship between building envelope design, energy use, sustainability and human comfort. You will develop an understanding of mechanical system terminology.

CIVL-1026Building Structural Systems
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In this course, students will be provided with a basic knowledge of structural components for buildings. The course emphasizes the types of structural elements, materials and connections used on typical building projects. Both residential and commercial construction projects are explored. In addition, students will learn industry terminology, conventions and symbols used in the design and planning of building structural systems and gain an understanding of interpreting structural drawings for coordination with the architecture discipline.

CIVL-1027Bldg Materials and Environment
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The course provides understanding of major building materials used in the construction industry. The course will review manufacturing, processing, structure, material properties and performance. This course will assist students in selecting the appropriate material for construction. The student will be able to evaluate building material deterioration and possible remediation to an existing building case study. Sustainability of materials will be discussed.

CIVL-1028Principles Const Documentation
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This is an introductory course that will enable students to develop an understanding of construction documentation (specifications, drawings, and schedules), products, bidding procedures, and contracts. This course will emphasize the relationship that exists between specifications and drawings, and the role of the industry participants.

CIVL-1029Codes and Standards
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In this course, you will learn to use the Manitoba Building Code (MBC), [i.e. the National Building Code (NBC) including the relevant and latest "Manitoba Amendments"] and how the provisions of the Code impact the design and construction of these types of buildings. Topics will include the format, terminology and definitions of the Code, building classification relevant to use and occupancy, construction types, fire-resistance ratings, occupant load, building size, area of unprotected openings, means of egress, exit and washroom requirements. Part 3 of the NBC will also include an emphasis on "barrier free design." You will learn how the Code applies to residential construction, including such topics as span tables and stair design. Additional topics of study will include the National Fire Code (NFC), the Manitoba Energy Code for Buildings (MEBC), and the City of Winnipeg's zoning by-laws and standards.

CIVL-2033Intermediate BIM
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In this course, students will develop a practical approach to design, documentation and presentation drawings using Autodesk Revit software and will introduce topics to advance students in the mastery of software used in the production and management of Building Information Models (BIM) for architectural projects. Topics will include template management, project phasing, family creation, BIM collaboration, schedules, and management of architectural graphics standards in Revit. Skills developed in this course are applied to concepts in other Architectural Technology courses.

CIVL-2034Architectural Detailing 2
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In this course, students will examine and study building practices, techniques, systems, assemblies and materials used in the construction of residential and small commercial buildings. Students will work with the detailing and production of "working drawings" of a "design-controlled" single-family residence. Learning will focus on what is often termed as the "wood-frame construction" and the "wood-frame module" using common industry terminology. Students will study the implications and effect that zoning and code regulations have on the building. Skills developed in this course will be applied to concepts in other Architectural Technology courses.

CIVL-2035MEP Detailing
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This course is designed to provide students with the skills required to interpret and produce Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) drawings as related to the design and construction of buildings. Students will be introduced to the standards and requirements for creating MEP drawings in BIM process and collaboration with the architecture and structural disciplines.

CIVL-2036Structural Detailing
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In this course, students will develop knowledge and understanding of structural systems and traditional structural detailing requirements utilized in building applications. Students will apply 2D drawing and Building Information Modeling (BIM) practices to create building structural systems and detailed structural connection drawings. Students will be introduced to structural detailing requirements of residential, commercial and industrial building types and will also be introduced to structural fabrication drawings and shop drawing standards commonly used in the building industry.

CIVL-2037Specs and Contract Admin
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This course will explore the administration and enforcement of contract requirements during the construction phase of a project. Students will be introduced to the specification process on projects including writing styles used by professionals, contracts, bidding, legal issues, disputes, and how to close out a project.

CIVL-2038Estimating and QTO
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This is an introductory course to enable the accurate assessment, quantification, and costing of commercial building construction. Students will use contract documents to enable the creation of various types of estimates.

CIVL-2039Building Interior Detailing
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In this course, students will explore the concepts required to effectively detail an architectural project as it applies to the interior details. Students will be introduced to the detailing requirements as they apply to complex millwork, interior architectural elements, material characteristics, component connections and custom furnishings.

CIVL-2040Green Bldgs and Sustainability
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The course will provide an overview of current Green Building materials and concepts used in building construction. Integrated and sustainable concepts will be studied. The final course team assignment will apply as part of the course Capstone Project.

CIVL-3028Advanced BIM
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This course will introduce topics to advance students in the mastery of software used in the production and management of BIM models. Students will be introduced to conceptual massing tools, advanced modeling processes, advanced model detailing, collaboration strategies, shared parameters and coordination management.

CIVL-3029Architectural Detailing 3
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This course will build upon the skills learned in Architectural Detailing 2. Students will continue to incorporate content from the structural, mechanical and electrical engineering disciplines and courses. Students will produce architectural working drawings with a focus on the drawing and detailing of more "vertical" representations of building sections, wall sections, stair sections and details. Students will incorporate applicable building codes and programming implications, with the emphasis concentrating on other required elements of a project's working drawings. Skills developed in this course will be applied to concepts in other Architectural Technology courses.

CIVL-3030Capstone Project
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In this course, students will apply concepts and methods of building design and construction as reviewed in the courses of the Architectural Technology program. The student groups will submit a proposal that will incorporate schematic design, design development, design presentation and supporting contract documents to a professional standard. Students will utilize current technology to create digital files of their work and generate supporting printed documents. The final project will be presented in a formal setting.

CMDP-1010Report Writing
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The course will introduce students to the fundamentals of report writing in the workplace. Practical functions are introduced including focusing on aims, strategies on how to plan, write and complete a report, refining writing processes, understanding who the audience is and how to write to your audience, avoiding plagiarism by using proper citations, and understanding advanced grammar. The course will also include a review of proper business letter writing. Students will be encouraged to update their resume and cover letters in class.

Prerequisite is dependent on the program being taken.
CMDP-3003Project Management 1
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This course serves as a general introduction to Project Management Theory and an overview of Project Management Practice in the design/construction process. Students will become familiar with key terms, the life cycle and organization of a project, and both internal and external factors that influence a project’s success. A variety of tools and techniques used in the management of projects will be introduced.

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The Workplace Hazardous Materials System (WHMIS) is a system for ensuring that important information about hazardous products is communicated where products are used, stored and handled. This course provides Information necessary to understand and interpret information about hazardous products, including pictograms (symbols), labels and Safety Data Sheets.

SEMR-9209General Safety Training
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This General Safety Training (GST) teaches basic general safety content to arm students with the core information necessary for them to protect themselves in workplaces on all descriptions. Although some examples may consider Manitoba legislation, this course has been developed by occupational safety and health professionals using generic information that is not provincially specific.

WRKE-1017Co-op Work Placement
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You are required to complete a 4-month Co-operative Education Work Term (from May to August) between the two academic years. You must complete a minimum of 16-weeks work experience to get credit for the work term. This work experience may be completed with more than one employer. The work must be in an area that will complement your program with relevant "real world" experience. Positions must be paid employment, not work shadowing or volunteer work.

CO-OP/Practicum Information

Co-operative education integrates related on-the-job training with classroom theory by alternating terms of academic study and employment.

As an Architectural Technology student, you will graduate with four months of related work experience, gained through co-op education. You may earn as much as $8,000 on your work term. Registered students in good standing will have access to RRC Polytech's Job Central website where employers post co-op job opportunities. Jobs specific to our programs are identified for easy reference.

The College does not guarantee employment.

For more information regarding co-op work experience in the Civil Engineering Technology Program, please contact:

Dylan Yanchynksi or Dwayne Sayers 

Civil Engineering Technology and Construction Management


Email: civilco-op@rrc.ca

Computer/Laptop Requirements

Do not purchase a laptop until you have been accepted and registered in the program. Note that the computer software applications and tools that you will use are not Apple compatible.

Students in this program are required to purchase a laptop that meets or exceeds the following specifications:


64-bit Microsoft® Windows® 10 or Windows® 11


Intel® i-Series, Xeon®, AMD® Ryzen, Ryzen Threadripper PRO. 2.5GHz or Higher. (i7 recommended)

Highest CPU GHz recommended.


Minimum 16 GB RAM (32 GB recommended)

Hard Drive

512 SSD or greater

Video Resolution

1920 x 1080 or greater

Video Adaptor

DirectX 11 capable graphics card with Shader Model 5 and a minimum of 4GB of video memory.

Screen Size

15” or higher

Disk Space

Minimum 30 GB free disk space

.NET Framework

.NET Framework Version 4.8 or later.


Wireless network capability

Ethernet port (integrated or external)


Chrome (recommended), Edge, or Firefox


Integrated or external


Integrated or external


Integrated or external

Pointing Device

MS-Mouse or similar


Internet / Bandwidth

Recommended: 25 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload


Antivirus / malware protection

Microsoft® Office Suite (provided by the college)

Program specific software will be provided as required

MacBooks are not recommended. However, if you choose to use a MacBook, they are required to have a valid Windows operating system installed before starting class. Bootcamp is built into Mac applications so students can run Windows.

We do not recommend Chromebooks, iPads, and other similar tablet-style devices, as these may not be fully compatible with the applications and tools that some courses require.

Software and Online Applications

Online technologies are an important tool for accessing your course materials, participating in collaborative learning environments, and building technological skills inside and outside of the classroom.

Red River College Polytechnic provides all students with Microsoft Office 365 (including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and on-campus access to student email, College network, the internet, and College resources such as our online learning environment, LEARN.

Off-campus access to the Internet is the responsibility of the student.

System requirements for AutoCAD 2023

Requirements for the AutoCAD 2023/Revit 2023 (see Balanced price and performance requirements) can be found at:


Please see:


The final version of AutoCAD software to be used for course work will be decided at a later date and installed in AutoCAD class.

If you require any additional information, please contact the Civil Engineering Technology laptop support office by emailing Will at wwesselius@rrc.ca or Diana at dganal@rrc.ca.

Objectives/Learning Outcomes

After successfully completing the program, you should be able to:

  • Participate in pre-construction functions including data gathering, sketching and estimating to create construction drawings using industry software such as CAD and BIM
  • Apply codes, bylaws and regulations to ensure health and safety, fire protection, barrier free access and structural sufficiency
  • Research and apply sustainable building practices to comply with building programs such as LEED
  • Use, adapt and maximize technologies to create and manage building information
  • Integrate architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical disciplines within the building project to promote construction efficiency
  • Prepare project manuals, using industry specific software, to delineate quality of material and workmanship
  • Administer construction contracts to ensure compliance with project contract documents
  • Demonstrate verbal, graphic, written, and interpersonal communication skills to work effectively in teams
  • Administer project resources by establishing, scheduling and monitoring project activities and tasks within constraints of time, costs and quality
  • Demonstrate professionalism, integrity, ethics, accountability, resourcefulness and lifelong learning

Transfer Credit Opportunities

You may continue studies with advanced credit standings towards other College programs and various university programs.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process which documents and compares an individual's prior learning gained from prior education, work and life experiences and personal study to the learning outcomes in College courses/programs. For more information, please visit www.rrc.ca/rpl.

Graduation Requirements

After successful completion of all courses in this program with a minimum GPA of 2.00 and required co-op education work term(s), you will graduate with a diploma in Architectural Technology.

You must submit an application to graduate during your final term of study. It is your responsibility to ensure this is completed.

Employment Potential

Ninety per cent of graduates from the Civil Engineering Technology programs are employed in program-related careers within several months of graduation. Some career prospects include:
  • Architectural Technician/Technologist
  • BIM Technologist
  • Specification Writer
  • Project Administrator
  • Building Component Fabricator

Contact Information

For general information about this program or how to apply, contact the Student Service Center at 204-632-2327 or 1-800-903-7707 (Monday to Friday 8:00am - 3:45pm) or by email studentservices@rrc.ca.

For detailed program information, or to explore your suitability for these programs in more detail, email your inquiries to archtech@rrc.ca.
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