Construction Technology and Management - CC

College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

About This Certificate

The Building Construction and Construction Management Program offers a one year Certificate of Completion.

Students who complete the certificate program will have a basic knowledge in architectural drawings, floor layout, wall and roof systems, siding application, soffit and fascia applications, and the installation of siding, windows, doors, stairs and interior trim.

Career And Outcomes

Career Opportunities

With a degree in Building Construction and Construction Management, you are qualified for employment in Residential Construction.

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We will build on your goals and experiences while working together to design an individualized semester-by-semester plan. Your personalized plan will help you see a path from where you are now on to graduation. Even if you are unsure of the major you would like to pursue, we can help with resources and ideas.

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USU Locations

*This degree is available at various USU locations.

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