Architecture, Construction, Communications, and Transportation (ACCT) program area offers students many opportunities to be prepared for their career future. Beginning with a challenging curriculum that includes relevant academic standards integration, hands-on projects for opportunities to master rigorous course standards, career related education availabilities, and certification options, students enrolling in one of the many Architecture, Construction, Communication and Transportation Career Pathways will graduate prepared for their future. The program’s classroom and laboratory experiences enable students to gain essential skills preparing them for careers in plumbing, carpentry, electrical, masonry, Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, Refrigeration (HVACR), aircraft support, flight operations, architectural design and drawing, metals, automotive service technologies, graphic design, broadcast/video production, and graphic communications. Architecture, Construction, Communication and Transportation students have the opportunity to participate in Georgia SkillsUSA, a co-curricular experience for students to further develop leadership skills, build relationships between academic and technical skills, and participate in state and national activities requiring higher order thinking and problem solving skills.
New Career Pathway: Maritime Studies
47.48400 Fundamentals of Maritime Studies*
47.48500 Maritime Industry Careers*
47.48600 Maritime Studies Applications*
47.48700 Maritime Studies Internship
*Courses Required for Pathway Completion
For more information related to ACCT pathways, please read more at the CTAE website link below.