Building Construction Technology Management
Anticipated growth in business investment for new factories office buildings, stores, hotels, power plants, colleges and public schools, and other structures should continue to stimulate the demand for workers in the building construction field.
In the Building Construction Technology Management Department students learn such skills as carpentry, basic drafting, estimating, surveying, concrete, and interior and exterior finishes, blueprint reading, roofing, building codes and construction supervision.
Students can receive an Applied Science Degree in 20 months or a Certificate of Completion in 12 months.
Graduates can find a range of jobs, which include working as a building inspector, superintendent trainee, estimator, carpenter, roofer, cabinet maker trainee , building maintenance or sales.