Fayetteville Technical Community College
Program

Building Construction Technology



The Building Construction Technology program at FTCC is a two-year associate in applied science degree and is designed to prepare you to apply technical knowledge and skills to the fields of:

  • Architecture

  • Construction

  • Construction management

  • Plus, other associated professions.

There Are Many Great Reasons to Enroll 

  • Flexible Scheduling – Students can start this program in any semester and many of the courses are available online.

  • Opportunities to Continue Education – Many of our students have successfully transferred to East Carolina University or NC A&T University to earn their Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Management.

  • Partnerships – We are members of the Home Builders Association of Fayetteville and work closely with many area construction companies.

  • Hands-on Learning – Students gain hands-on training on live projects such as Habitat for Humanity houses.

  • Friendly Advisors – Our faculty will spend time helping you achieve your goals, whether that is working for a construction company or self-employment.

Students will learn:

Building codes, Construction equipment and safety, Construction estimating, Electrical systems, Exterior Siding, Framing, Interior and exterior finishing, Plumbing, Print reading, Renovation, Roofing, Site preparation and layout, Trim

For more information contact Keith Carter at (910) 678-8475 or carterk@faytechcc.edu.

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More about Fayetteville Technical Community College


Established in 1961 as the Fayetteville Area Industrial Education Center, FTCC includes a 150-acre Fayetteville campus, a 10-acre Spring Lake campus, a location in the Bragg Training and Education Center (BTEC) on Fort Bragg, and various outlying educational centers.

FTCC has 11,000 curriculum students, 24,000 continuing education students, 800 full-time employees, and 600 part-time employees.

FTCC offers 280+ associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates.