Build a better future for yourself and your community in Construction Technology.
Construction tradesmen and women make up the largest group of building-trade workers. They work quickly, accurately, and efficiently to maximize use of time and materials. With a shortage of these qualified professionals in today's job market, graduates of MSC Southeast's Construction Technology program can expect to find many employment opportunities in Southeast Minnesota and beyond.
At MSC Southeast in Winona, our students gain hands-on skills in the construction lab and on-site in a real-world environment. In addition to gaining experience with the tools, materials, methods, and standard practices of the trade, our students learn:
- Planning, designing, estimating, and blueprint reading
- Robotic building layout, solar, and green building
- Building, finishing, and installing custom cabinets
The two-year Associate of Applied Science in Construction Technology offers additional commercial construction and residential trim classes to fine tune your skills. It also includes an apprenticeship so you'll get valuable workforce experience. Plus, math, communications and general education coursework will enrich your opportunities to own or manage a business in the future.
The MSC Southeast Construction Technology program partners with Habitat for Humanity and the City of Winona to help develop and build high quality, affordable housing in the community. And when the weather is too rough for most outdoor projects, students can work on building a tiny house in the construction lab!
Nationally, employment of construction trades workers is projected to grow 4% from 2019 to 2029. MSC Southeast's Construction Technology program graduates can look forward to an outstanding job market as the construction industry continues to grow.
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Career Field: Engineering, Manufacturing & Technology
Cluster: Architecture & Construction