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Engineering Technology - Building Construction, AA
Are You Interested in a Career in Building Construction?
The purpose of this transfer track is to provide students the opportunity to gain knowledge in the disciplines necessary for a career in building construction. The track is designed to meet the first two years of preparation for a four-year degree based on the program offered at the University of West Florida. Students should be familiar with the admission requirements of the university they plan to attend.
A four-year degree could lead to self-employment in the construction field; contract work for a government agency or private business; or employment by a private construction firm. Individuals are required to pass a state exam and meet all state licensing requirements to become a licensed contractor.
Engineering Technology - Building Construction Course Requirements
ENC1102, English II
MAC1140, Pre-Calculus Algebra
BCN2405, Statics and Strength of Materials
ECO2023, Economics, Micro
BUL2241, Business Law
CGS1570, Microcomputer Applications
PHY2054, College Physics II
MAC2311, Calculus I or +MAC2233, Calculus for Business
EGN1110C, Engineering Drawing
ETD2395, CAD for Architecture
ARC2312C, Introduction to Building Assembly Modeling
BCT2715, Construction Management
BCT2770, Construction Estimating
GIS2040, Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
EGS1006, Introduction to Engineering
BCN1230, Materials and Methods
BCN2949, Building Construction CO-OP
What can you do with Engineering Technology - Building Construction Option?
In this field, people find careers as:
Gulf Coast alumni of this program have continued their education at:
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