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Description

Building Technology - Carpentry

The Building Technology Program gives the student hands-on experience in the actual construction of a home. The student will be involved in all phases from planning and estimating to foundation, framing, and finishing work.

All of the classroom and building experiences are conducted by instructors who are experienced in general contracting and teaching. While the primary emphasis of this program is residential construction, certain processes found in commercial building are also covered.

Quick Facts:

Location(s)

Main Campus (Logan)

Estimated Tuition & Fees:

$1,866 - this is an estimate. Course fees may vary.

Duration:

8 months (30 hrs/wk)

Estimated Monthly Payment:

$267

Pell Grant Eligible:

Yes

Estimated Books and Supplies:

$500 - Cost varies by specialization and/or electives chosen. Click here for books and supplies details (ISBN/edition).

Availability:

High School Students: Arranged - varies by school

Adult Students: M - F: 8 am to 3 pm

Special Requirements:

Assessment: Basic reading, basic math, and measurements. Call (435) 750-3188 to schedule an appointment. Need a review? Get a sneak peek at the Assessment Center or enroll directly into the Academic Learning Center by calling (435) 753-6780.

Please note: A composite ACT score of 17 or a composite SAT score of 1210 can waive assessment requirements if taken no more than four years prior to enrollment.

Building Construction projects begin the end of August. Registration prior to this date is encouraged, but not required.

Outcome Data:

Reported Annually to the Accrediting Agency Council on Occupational Education
Completion: 100%
Job Placement: 89%
Withdrawal: 0%

Outcome statistics are compiled annually based upon Training Outcome surveys conducted with students post-graduation. Data is gathered through coordination with the student, faculty, Student Services Office personnel, and licensing agencies.

Gainful Employment Disclosures



Employment Outlook

Repair, remodeling, construction, and planning for construction operations are being conducted in almost all communities; therefore, the opportunities for employment are innumerable from semi-skilled helpers to expert craftsmen in all phases of residential and commercial construction. The primary sources of employment are found with building contractors, construction material suppliers, architectural and civil engineering firms, and self-employment.

Online/E-learning Components

This specialization is delivered face-to-face and may contain online components.

Specializations

Required hours

CONS - Carpentry 960 hrs See Breakdown

What others are saying

"The hands-on skills I gained in this program can’t be beat. I will be successful because of what I have learned at BATC."

-Graduate

July 22, 2014