This associate's degree in Building Construction Technology prepares a graduate with job-entry competencies in the residental and light construction industry. The curriculum emphasizes:
- construction materials
- construction methods
- cost estimation
- project management
- construction safety
- technical and managerial
Courses in English, mathematics, science, computer applications, and a social science or humanities elective are included to enhance a student's career opportunities. Students learn the technical and managerial skills necessary for advancement in the industry. This major may serve as a basis for continued education leading to a bachelor's degree in building construction management and/or vocational education.
Upon completion of the associate's degree, student may pursue a bachelor's degree in Residential Construction Technology and Management or Applied Management.