The two programs are Construction and Woodworking
Degree and Certificates
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More details on each class are available on the page for that class. Lab classes include photos of students working on the hands-on lab activities.
The Building Construction Technology program provides learning opportunities for students in the following areas:
- Hands-on instruction in concrete, masonry, woodworking, carpentry, mechanical, plumbing and electrical fields.
- Practical skills including blueprint reading, cost estimating and construction scheduling.
- Applied skills include managing projects, i.e., time, material and processes. Each class consists of math, interpreting symbols, measuring, language and solving problems common in construction projects.
- Soft Skills learned in CNBT 2342 Construction Management I and CNBT 2444 Construction Management II prepare managers to coordinate their efforts with others for consistency and continuity. Students learn to avoid and resolve conflicts common in a construction project.
- Field trips to construction sites and manufacturers of construction materials may occur throughout the semester.
Senior citizens may be exempt from tuition.
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