Building Construction Technology AAS Degree (BLD.AAS)

Preparation for technical occupations in building construction, including general contractor, carpenter, and mason and field supervisor. The program includes both classroom and laboratory instruction, emphasizing materials, methods and procedures. This program has been articulated with some area high schools. Recent high school graduates may have earned credit in this program through high school coursework.

“2+2” B.S. Degree in Professional Arts/Applied Organizational Management or Human Resource Management at the University of St. Francis.

All students must demonstrate a minimum math competency equivalent to Elementary Algebra (MTH 095) to fulfill the AAS degree requirement.

Overview for College Success Credits
OCS 121 Overview for College Success 1
Overview for College Success (OCS 121) is a class that will help you plan and assist you in becoming a better student and support you in your work/life balance. OCS 121 credit is not calculated in the course minimum credit totals listed in this section.
Cluster 1 Credits
BLD 100 How to General Contract a Green Home 2
ENG 101 Composition and Rhetoric 3
BLD 101 Construction Materials and Methods I-Wood 4
DRF 101 Architectural Drafting I 3
BLD 106 OSHA 30 Hr Construction Safety 1.5
BLD 105 Print Reading for Building Construction 3
Cluster 2 Credits
BLD 102 Construction Materials and Methods II – Masonry 4
BLD 103 Home Energy Dynamics 3.5
BLD 206 Construction Materials & Methods IV – Electrical 4
BCD 104 Residential Plumbing Inspections 3
ENG 121 Technical Business Writing 3
Cluster 3 Credits
BLD 220 Build Energy Efficient Green Home I 6
BLD 215 Pre-Plan Energy Efficient Green Home I 3
BCD 103 Residential Concrete and Framing Inspections 3
SPE 108 Oral Communication 3
GROUP V Science Elective 3
Cluster 4 Credits
BLD 203 Estimating 3.5
BLD 221 Build Energy Efficient Green Home II 6
GROUP II Humanities Elective 3
GROUP III Social and Behavioral Science Elective 3
Minimum for Degree: 67.5

For more information contact Eugene Damiani, Program Coordinator, at (708) 596-2000, ext. 2292, Room 2368, Main Campus.