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Construction Science

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Certificate/Diploma

Construction Science

Whether seeking hands-on skills in residential carpentry, Commercial Project Management, Renewable Energy Production, or energy analysis; you can put these techniques into practice with our student projects in construction & renewable energy production.

Whether seeking hands-on skills in residential carpentry, Commercial Project Management, Renewable Energy Production, or energy analysis; you can put these techniques into practice with our student projects in construction & renewable energy production. From energy-efficient framing, Photovoltaic installations, natural & alternative building methods to building codes and blueprint reading are programs that offer a wide range of skill sets.

At the end of our program, earn respected credentials, or transfer many credits to several options of four-year colleges and universities across the country.

Programs

Title Credential Credit Hours Link to program details
Building Construction Science Diploma Diploma 39 ‌‌
Construction & Millwork Certificate 18 ‌‌

Career Opportunities

Carpentry Diploma Salary Range (per year): $25,000 - $45,000; varying on the size of business and other factors.

CMT Degree Graduate Salary Range (per year): $30,000 - $50,000

Building Science Diploma Graduates (per year): $25,000 - $45,000

Good to Know

  1. Submit an application form.
  2. Obtain transcripts of credits from all secondary and post-secondary schools attended. Records should show that the student is a high school graduate or has a state-approved equivalent education.
  3. Complete the battery of placement tests administered by the College. (Students who have math and English transferred in will not have to take the placement test if they are not applying for a competitive allied health program). In the case of competitive Allied Health programs, the placement tests are used to earn admission through a point system. Provisional or unconditional admission to individual programs will be determined by scores on the tests requirements. (See programs for details.) Requests for reasonable accommodations or test exemption by transfer credit will be reviewed individually. Alternate testing formats will be made available to individuals with disabilities upon request to the Coordinator of Students with Special Needs.
  4. A complete physical examination may be required by some programs, but only after the student is admitted.
  5. Upon completion of this procedure, the student will be accepted unconditionally or provisionally into the program. Provisional acceptance indicates that developmental classes are necessary; this status changes to unconditional acceptance once the developmental classes are completed.
  6. Certain skills programs have required Technical Standards that relate to program descriptions and program activities. These standards must be met in order to be eligible to complete these programs successfully.