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    Master Programs in Architecture Studies Technical Drawing

    A master’s degree gives students the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills in specialized areas of study. These graduate-level programs can usually be completed within one to two years.

    What is a Master in Technical Drawing? These programs aim to build on the conceptual understanding of architecture, engineering and design methods, and practice drawing skills to be utilized in professional settings. Course topics may explore drawing in the scope of fine arts, urban planning, technology and human sciences. Students are encouraged to create a framework of skills based on current challenges of sustainability in urban environments. Admission to a program is likely to call for a bachelor’s degree in architecture or other closely related field.

    Earning a degree in technical drawing can benefit students in many professional and personal ways. Learning effective research methods, understanding the impact of social and engineering matters and being able to plan and execute realistic projects are all valuable skills to be used for individual enrichment and to access higher-paying competitive positions.

    Programs are available internationally, so the costs and course durations may vary with each institution. Students interested in enrolling should contact specific schools with inquiries about costs and requirements.

    Completing a master’s degree in technical drawing can present graduates with many interesting career opportunities. Most potential jobs are found as drafters in the architecture industry. Other fields with a demand for drafting positions are civil engineering, electronics and manufacturing. Specific job titles for technical drawing professionals may include architects, product designers, programmers, computer engineers, CAD drafters, application designers, electricians, construction specialists, interior designers and electronic specialists.

    Flexible part-time and online course options are available for students with busy schedules and limited access or ability to attend a facility. To get started, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.