Construction Technology

This specialization prepares students to work in the areas of residential and light commercial construction, millwork, furniture and cabinet construction, retail lumber, or entrepreneurial endeavors.  A bachelor’s degree in this area allows a graduate to move into positions of leadership.

For more description of these courses, visit the FHSU University Catalog.

PDF Version of Construction Technology Curriculum

General Education Program

Total Hours
55
Core Requirements
Course # Course Title Credit Hours
TECS 110 Communication Systems 3
TECS 120 Power, Energy, and Transportation 3
TECS 130 Production System 3
TECS 200 Engineering Graphics 3
TECS 318 Introduction to CAD 3
TECS 480 Industrial Management 3
TECS 490 Occupational Safety, Health, & Liability 2
TECS 495 Training & Instructional Systems 3
TECS 499 Industrial Internship 12
  Total Hours 35
Construction Technology
Course # Course Title Credit Hours
TECS 180 Materials & Processes 3
TECS 240 Plastic Processes 3
TECS 280 Wood Processes 3
TECS 314 Furniture & Cabinet Construction 3
TECS 380 Materials Finishing & Testing 3
TECS 415 Construction Graphics 3
TECS 420 Fluid Systems: Hydraulics & Pneumatics 3
TECS 440 Maintenance & Repair of Equipment 3
TECS 475 Mechanical and Electrical Systems 3
TECS 485 Building Construction 3
  Total Hours 30
Business Courses
Course # Course Title Credit Hours
MGT 101 Introduction to Business 3
ECFI 201 Principles of Economics 3
ACCT 203 ECFI 205 Financial Accounting OR Theory & Practice of Personal Finance 3
  Total Hours
9
Bachelor of Science in Technology Studies
  Total Hours 129

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