The Building Construction Technology program provides learning opportunities for students in the following areas:
- Hands-on instruction in concrete, masonry, woodworking, carpentry, mechanical, plumbing and electrical fields.
- Practical skills including one or more classes each in blueprint reading, cost estimating and construction scheduling.
- Applied skills include managing projects, i.e., time, material and processes. Each class consists of math, interpreting symbols, measuring, language and solving problems common in construction projects.
- Soft Skills learned in CNBT 2342 Construction Management I, CNBT 2344 Construction Management II and CNBT 2346 Construction Management III will prepare managers to coordinate their efforts with others for consistency and continuity. Students learn to avoid and resolve conflicts common in a construction project.
- Field trips to construction sites and manufacturers of construction materials may occur throughout the semester.
Tip: to print the list of classes in a degree or certificate, click the above degree plans link and then choose the appropriate degree or certificate's Worksheet. The worksheet is downloaded as a Word doc file; if needed, download the free Word Viewer to be able to open it.
Understand the course schedule key
Main ACC catalog page
(includes both a flip book version which can be searched and a PDF version which can be searched, downloaded and printed)