PCC's Building Construction Technology Program has been training construction professionals for over 25 years. The unique program offers learners authentic "hands-on" training in the 7500 square foot shop facility, the 20-station computer lab, and at the two acre building site. Students may earn a one-year certificate in Building Construction Technology or a two-year degree in Building Construction Technology, Construction Management, or Design/Build Remodeling. Graduates may continue their education through the Oregon Institute of Technology's Bachelor of Operations Management Program.
For Building Construction Technology, Building Construction Management and Design/Build Remodeling
Building Construction Technology
- ARCH 110
- Intro to Architectural Drawing
- ARCH 132
- Residential Building Codes
- BCT 102
- Residential Printreading
- BCT 103
- Residential Materials/Methods
- BCT 104
- Construction Math
- BCT 106
- Hand Tool/Power Tool Use & Saf
- BCT 128
- Exterior Finish
- BCT 223
- Finished Stair Construction
Design/Build Remodeling Option
Design/Build students should choose from the Building Construction Technology course listing, and see the Interior Design schedule ID 238 and Architectural Design & Drafting Schedule listing for ARCH 110.
Construction Management students should choose from the courses listed below and from the Building Construction Technology course listing.
Students registering for cooperative education must have departmental approval. All students must contact instructors Kirk Garrison (971-722-7403) in Bldg 2/Rm 210, prior to registering for these classes.