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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 and Florida A&M University. 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
A complete list of courses with descriptions can be found in the Catalog
What can you do with Engineering Technology - Building Construction Option?
In this field, people find careers as:
Director of Construction
Project Engineer for Construction
Gulf Coast alumni of this program have continued their education at:
Florida A&M University
University of Florida
Florida State University - Panama City
University of Central Florida
Are you Ready to Get Started?
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