Sustainable Construction Technology
John Freer, Program Director
The mission of the Sustainable Construction Technology Program is to provide the regional workforce with credentialed, skilled and competent individuals who are responsive to emerging workforce needs.
The Sustainable Construction Technology program provides students the opportunity to learn sustainable construction skills in a competency-based learning environment. Students work hand-in-hand with professionals both on campus and at construction sites.
Students use hand and power tools with blueprints to build foundation forms, frame buildings, side and roof buildings, and apply roofing materials. They install windows, doors, stairs, attic vents, insulation, vapor barriers, and drywall. Students learn methods for installing trim, locksets, suspended ceilings, countertops, cabinets, and flooring. They also learn to operate construction equipment.
In addition to general education courses, students in the program learn safe practices. Students construct real-world projects and can earn a Certificate of Applied Science or an Associate of Applied Science degree from The University of Montana. The program often has a waiting list. Prospective students are encouraged to apply one year prior to anticipated school attendance.
The University of Montana catalog details degree specific credits and course requirements.
|Sustainable Construction Technology||Associate of Applied Science|
Certificate of Technical Skills
|Construction Helper||Certificate of Technical Skills|
|Carpentry||Certificate of Applied Science|
|Construction Management||Certificate of Applied Science|
- Green Building, Certificate of Applied Science
- Carpentry, Certificate of Technical Skills
- Construction Helper, Certificate of Technical Skills
- Construction Management, Certificate of Applied Science
- Contact Information
John Freer - Program Director
Phone: (406) 243-7668