Building Construction

Build your future in industry-driven labs.

Residential Construction Technology and Management

Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.)

Building Construction Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)

Concrete Science Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)

Whether you’re drawn to the technology behind the trade or have an interest in rising to management, there’s an opportunity waiting for you.

From residential and commercial building to concrete science and sustainable design, the School of Construction & Design Technologies offers a number of in-demand career tracks. 

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Residential Construction Technology and Management (B.S.)

Master the hands-on and leadership skills it takes to successfully construct residential buildings and efficiently manage the process.

Building Construction Technology (A.A.S.)

Plan, design, and execute homes and smaller-scale commercial buildings. This associate's program pulls together specialized building construction skills and business essentials.

Concrete Science Technology (A.A.S.)

Learn the scientific makeup and properties of various types of concrete. Explore admixtures, and recommend a balance that meets project demands.


Supplement your bachelor degree with up to two minors. 

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