Undergraduate students in the Bachelor of Science in Building and Construction Technology program learn about building design, building science and technology, business and project management and the market forces that drive today’s building industry in the context of sustainable building practices. It is this combination of technical understanding with a practical business education that makes our graduates extremely desirable to potential employers.
The majority of our graduates secure positions as construction project managers, sales professionals, marketing specialists, supervisors, green building and resource specialists, building energy analysts, and many other sectors of the building and construction industry before they graduate.
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Our graduate program is a center for advanced study and research in a broad range of topics related to sustainable building systems, green building, construction technology, building materials science, wood technology, bio-based construction materials, building energy use and modeling, and construction project management. Students pursuing a Master of Science (M.S.) or Ph.D. with us in Environmental Conservation with a concentration in Building Science are well prepared for a management-level job or a career in academia.
In addition to research-based programs, we also offer a Professional Masters program that is coursework-based and can be completed in a shorter timeframe.
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Last updated: July 2, 2015