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Construction Technology

No new students will be accepted into the Construction Technology certificate for the 2020-2021 academic year.

 

The Construction Technology certificate provides an introduction to the process of construction from start to finish, including the application of Massachusetts State Building Code, experience using computer assisted drafting software, and building materials and testing. Unique to this program is the integration of principles, practices, standards, and materials necessary to ensure sustainable construction which address environmental issues and renewable energy use. In addition, students have the opportunity to complete the certificate with the selection of two electives from a selection of construction, business, and environmental technology courses.

The coursework in the Construction Technology certificate may be helpful in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the Massachusetts Construction Supervisors Exam.

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Requirements
CoursesCredits
ENL101   English Composition I 3
CON100   Quantitative Skills for Construction 2
CON101   Introduction to Construction Documents 3
CON105   Methods and Materials of Construction 3
CON121   MA State Building Codes – Residential 3
CON130   Computer Aided Drafting I 3
Total Credits 17

Completion of a program is based on full time enrollment. Many of our students attend part time and may not complete within the one year timeline.

Upon completion of the Construction Technology certificate, students are able to:

  • Apply basic construction knowledge and skills.
  • Integrate sustainable and renewable energy standards, methods and materials to residential and commercial building construction projects.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of industry standard tools for effective building practices including software, code implementation, and interpretation.
  • Prepare basic working drawings for building construction using computer assisted drafting with AutoCAD software.
  • Use basic business practices and principles for the execution of a construction project.

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Adjunct Faculty

Christine Dennis, Adjunct Instructor
Office Adjunct Faculty Office: first floor Science Building
Phone 508.292.7046
E-mail cdennis@capecod.edu

Contact Engineering Sciences & Applied Technology

Department of Engineering Sciences & Applied Technology
Phone 774.330.4580
E-mail fbsharah@capecod.edu