Construction

Construction Management

Baccalaureate

Degree Potential
Graduates are employed as construction planners, site supervisors, schedulers, estimators, assistant project managers, and contractors.  Some are trained in specialty fields, such as plumbing, heating and air conditioning, and electrical contracting, which allows for diversification within the workforce. 


Building Technology

Associate

Degree Potential
Graduates are employed as carpenters, building inspectors, building maintenance technicians, material sales persons, cement finishers, construction foremen, assistant estimators, surveyors, concrete and/or steel detailers, structural drafters, expediters, and more. 

Laddering Opportunities
For students interested in pursuing a degree beyond the associate, the credits earned in the associate degree program are transferable to the baccalaureate degree program in construction management with no loss of credit.


Climate Control Technology

Associate

Degree Potential
Graduates are employed as field service technicians, service managers, job foreman, journeymen mechanics, apprentice mechanics, and other responsible positions in the HVACR industry.

Laddering Opportunities
For students interested in pursuing a degree beyond the associate, the credits earned in the associate degree program are transferable to the baccalaureate degree program in construction management or technology and applied sciences with some loss of credit.

 

Industrial Maintenance Technology

Associate

Degree Potential

Graduates from this program are employed as maintenance technicians and equipment riggers in paper mills and manufacturing settings.  Process industries, such as paper mills and other process-based companies, seek industrial maintenance graduates with specialized training.

Laddering Opportunities

For students interested in pursuing a degree beyond the associate, the credits earned in this associate degree program are transferable to the baccalaureate degree program in industrial technology or technology and applied sciences with little or no loss of credit.



Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

Certificate


Degree Potential
Graduates are employed as HVAC technicians, apprentice and/or journeymen mechanics, installer/service technicians, sales/estimators, wholesalers, and shop fabricators by fuel oil dealers, refrigeration and air conditioning service companies, repair shops, HVACR retail stores, local and federal governments, hospitals, schools, sports arenas, theaters, grocery stores, shopping malls, office buildings, and industrial plants. 

Laddering Opportunities
For students interested in pursuing a degree beyond the certificate, the credits earned in the certificate program are transferable to the associate degree program in climate control technology with minimal loss of credit.