Students who are looking for a career that flexes their brain more than their muscles should take a look at WNCâ€™s Bachelor of Technology Degree in Construction Management.
It leads to a career that offers the freedom of working outside as much as inside. Construction managers are the leaders of the job site. With a WNC BTech in Construction Management, they have the ability to apply their knowledge in making on the spot corrections to projects that could have an impact of millions of dollars.
According to WNC Construction Management program instructor Robert Ford, â€œConstruction is one of the oldest industries in America. It’s time to become a leader in a respected field and end every day feeling productive.â€
This spring, WNC is offering classes in Soils and Sitework, Estimating, and Electrical Distribution.
â€œIn the Bachelor’s program, weâ€™re offering courses in Construction Law, Management, and Scheduling, and more,â€ Ford said. Classes are also available online to avoid scheduling conflicts, and to accommodate students.
Forecasts show new construction for 2016 of over $1.5 billion in the United States, Ford said. â€œConstruction is on the rise, so get out of the dirt, and into a position where you can think, make changes, and take action for your future.â€
For information on upcoming courses, contact Bob Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org