Construction Sciences & Building Technology
No industry is growing quite like construction. And employers—especially in the metro area—are searching for resourceful, innovative, and forward-thinking students who can design, create, and service the built environment.
Dunwoody’s Construction Sciences & Building Technology department is for those who are interested in making buildings more safe, comfortable, and beautiful. Areas of study include architecture, construction management, mechanical and electrical construction, interior design, land surveying, and civil engineering technology.
At Dunwoody, students hit the ground running.
Through interdisciplinary projects, open-concept learning spaces, and shared shops and studios, students throughout all construction programs learn to work together—both at Dunwoody and in the real-world. This collaboration allows students to graduate with not only knowledge of their chosen field, but also a solid awareness of industry trends, best practices, and green and sustainable concepts.
Our instructors come directly from industry. They have real-world experience, hold industry-specific certifications, and are passionate about their field and how the next generation of students can better serve it. And through partnerships with both local and national organizations, our curriculum, tools, equipment, and software are continuously updated.
Thanks to numerous site visits, guest speakers, real clients, real-life projects, and internship opportunities, students leave Dunwoody with a robust portfolio, competitive resume, and the skills needed to become an industry leader.
WCCO-TV story on Construction Sciences & Building Technology
Contact Department Dean & Program Managers
Dean of Construction Sciences & Building Technology Programs
Architecture and Interior Design Program Manager
Construction Management and Surveying & Civil Engineering Technology Program Manger