Applied Construction Technology

About Applied Construction Technology

Students excited by building structures, reading plans, woodworking and material selection may be the perfect fit for this program. Residential framing, installing windows, completing exterior and interior work, using hand and power tools, learning building codes and principles of Green Construction are just some of what this program has to offer.

This two-year program covers all aspects of residential construction. You can earn your 10-hour MiOSHA safety certification during the first year in the program, which means you’ll be eligible to actually work in the field – even before you graduate.

Key Highlights

  • Work on an actual home site every day
  • Operate a full range of portable and stationary power tools
  • Learn the entire start-to-finish process of home building

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Program Highlights

Earn College Credit Articulated credit with local colleges is available to eligible students who complete this program. Talk with your school counselor and instructor for more details.
Hands-On Home Construction Develop the skills to build a house from foundation to completion with on-site work opportunities, both indoor and outdoor
Hard Hat Development Partnership We partner with ASAM, the American Subcontractors Association of Michigan, to bring speakers, field trips and mentoring from construction professionals to our students

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