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Construction worker

The Associate in Science in Building Construction Technology is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to obtain employment in the highly competitive fields of architecture and construction management. Students will learn to use the latest technologies in state-of-the-art facilities, giving them the knowledge and experience they need to successfully achieve their academic goals and professional aspirations.

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Program Details

The Building Construction Technology program is designed to furnish technically trained personnel for the building construction industry. Course material includes:

  • Architectural Drawing
  • Computer-Aided Drafting
  • Architectural Materials and Construction
  • Environmental Technology 
  • Building Construction Plans
  • Building Construction Law

Career Prospects

Graduates of this program may work with a contractor as part of the administrative team in entry-level positions that lead to more advanced jobs such as estimator, job coordinator or project manager. Technical jobs may also be available in the areas of land and project development, and technical sales focusing on building materials, systems and equipment, with state and federal government agencies or financial institutions. Students who pursue studies in this field may find employment in a number of areas and job roles such as:

  • Construction Manager
  • Pipelayer
  • Plumber
  • Roofer
  • Land and project developer
  • Technical sales for materials, systems and equipment
  • Government agencies
  • Financial institutions

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