The Building Science and Construction Technologies Pathway provides students with the knowledge and skills they need for entry-level positions in the building construction industry. Students will learn how to build and maintain sustainable housing, buildings and communities.   At the beginning of the program students will receive an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 30 hour card and with program completion students will receive an certificate from the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). This is a dual credit program leading to a Certificate and an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Building Science and Construction Technologies from the Santa Fe Community College. Students will take dual credit courses as freshmen and sophomores at the ECO campus, and will continue their coursework at the Santa Fe Community College campus as Juniors and Seniors.

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