Construction Sciences & Building Technology

Construction Sciences & Building Technology prepares students for jobs designing, constructing and servicing the built environment.

From heating and air conditioning systems to electrical construction and architectural drafting, Dunwoody’s programs offer hands-on learning and a curriculum informed by industry experts. Students graduate with an in-depth 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 of applied science (AAS) degree programs as well as a bachelor’s degree in interior design, a bachelor’s completion degree in construction management and some certificate options. Both evening and day programs are available.