Due in part to a skills gap in the construction industry, there is a great need for skilled construction professionals. In the Building Construction program you will study materials and methods used in the construction industry, framing, interior and exterior finishes, and concrete applications. You will be instructed in safe and proper use of hand tools, portable power tools, and stationary power equipment. Upon graduation you will be ready for a variety of careers including residential and commercial carpentry, general construction, working at building supply stores or lumberyards, and other positions in the construction industry. Students can earn an Associate in Applied Science Degree or a Short Certificate in Building Construction.
In the Facilities Technician program you will learn high-demand skills with hands-on training in carpentry, electricity, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and plumbing and graduate career ready for entry-level positions as building maintenance and facilities technicians at schools, hotels, office buildings, and manufacturing facilities. This short certificate program is a pathway to the Building Construction associate degree.
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