Construction Sciences & Building Technology prepares students for jobs designing, constructing and servicing the built environment. Courses of study include the areas of architecture, construction management, mechanical and electrical construction, interior design and land surveying and civil engineering technology.
Dunwoody’s programs offer hands-on learning in industry-specific labs and studios and a curriculum informed by industry experts. Instructors have real-world experience and industry-specific certifications and are passionate about how their specific field positively contributes to the built environment. Students graduate with technical knowledge of their field as well as a solid awareness of industry trends, best practices and green and sustainable concepts.
Construction Sciences & Building Technology offers a variety of two-year associate in applied science degree programs as well as a bachelor’s degree in interior design; bachelor’s completion degrees in architecture and construction management; and some certificate options. Both evening and day programs are available for some programs.