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The School of Construction Technology is a cluster of programs that emphasizes career opportunities in the construction trades. The construction industry provides students multiple careers in designing, planning, managing, building, and maintaining the built environment.

School of Construction Technology

Building Trades

Practical experience and classroom training prepares students enrolled in the Building Trades program for employment in general construction or property maintenance. Students are taught carpentry, masonry, plumbing, roofing, drywall application, painting, and framing/finishing.

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Carpentry

DCTS faculty are NCCER and Green Advantage® certified, providing students with opportunities to earn professional certifications while exploring new technique and trends in green building and LEED® design. Students learn building layout, framing, roofing, windows, doors, and trim.

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Electrical Construction Technology

The Industrial and Residential Electrical program introduces students to the basic concepts of residential and commercial wiring. With an emphasis on safety, students install circuits, switches, conductors, circuit breakers and other electrical devices.

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HVAC

Students learn system design, installation, repair and maintenance of commercial, industrial and residential HVAC Systems.

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