The Construction Technology program prepares students for careers within the various construction industry disciplines. As construction technology students will possess a diversity of work experiences, skills and interests, the program accommodates a variety of study areas and competency levels to address student and industry needs.
The college offers both an associate degree and a new bachelor’s degree in the field.
The program offers instruction in several academic areas which are critical to preparing skilled employees.
Construction is a discipline in the Career and Technical Education division.
Current CONS course offerings:
|CONS-108||Construction Materials and Methods|
|CONS-109||Construction Materials and Methods II|
|CONS-111||Commercial Building Codes|
|CONS-114||Soils, Sitework, Concrete and Testing|
|CONS-116||Plumbing Principles and Methods|
|CONS-118||Construction Contract Documents|
|CONS-120||Blueprint Reading and Specification|
|CONS-121||Principles of Construction Estimating|
|CONS-205||Construction Site Safety|
|CONS-216||Structural Layout Assembly|
|CONS-220||Advanced Sitework Estimating|
|CONS-230||Electrical Distribution System|
|CONS-260||Certified Inspectors of Structures-Residential|
|CONS-261||Under-Floor Inspections-Certified Inspector|
|CONS-262||Above-Floor Inspections for Certified Inspector|
|CONS-263||Supervised Residential Inspections for Certification|
|CONS-265||Manufactured/Mobile Home General Serviceperson - Theory|
|CONS-266||Manufactured/Mobile Home General Serviceperson - Field Observation|
|CONS-281||Construction Planning Scheduling And Control|
|CONS-290||Internship in Construction|
|CONS-351||Advanced Project Supervision|
|CONS-451||Advanced Internship in Construction|