Specialized work experience allows students to apply skills acquired in previous courses to solve real-world residential construction problems. Activities may include library and field research, data analysis, report writing, presentation of the final project, or approved internship experience. Topics may include, but are not limited to, entrepreneurship, residential management field practices, estimating and scheduling, and cost control. Completion of this course through an internship experience with a residential construction employer, with approval of a faculty adviser, is strongly encouraged.  3 Credits (0 Lecture - 15 Internship)