Construction Technology General Info
- Associate of Applied Science Degree
- Four Semesters & One Summer Term
- Fall semester entry only
- Possess math skills
- Communication skills
- Computer skills helpful
- Team player
Requirements for this program
|CON160-C||Principles of Carpentry I||5|
|CON176-C||Carpentry Lab I||10|
|CON161-C||Principles of Carpentry II||5|
|CON178-C||Carpentry Lab II||10|
|CON164-C||Design & Cost Estimating||4|
|CON169-C||Principles of Carpentry III||2|
|CON193-C||Carpentry Lab III||5|
|BUS102-A||Introduction to Business||3|
|CSC110-A||Introduction to Computers||3|
|PSY102-E||Human and Work Relations||3|
|MGT101-A||Principles of Management||3|
|MGT110-A||Small Business Management||3|
|MGT130-A||Principles of Supervision||3|
*You may select any math or communications course with A or E suffix.
**Must take course with A suffix.
Frequently Asked Questions
Student Story Ian Stoever
"I built a lot of theater sets in high school and really enjoyed doing that. At NCC I love the hands-on learning and theHabitat for Humanity trip we took to Nashville!"
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