Do you dream of becoming a Construction Industry leader? We’ll provide you with the knowledge and experience to reach this goal and more. Our curriculum and facilities ranging from hands-on laboratories to state of the art computer labs allow you to jump start your career in preparation to work in an array of capacities that the largest industry in the United States so readily allows.
The Associates of Applies Science (A.A.S) degree program in Construction Technology is intended to prepare future construction professionals in many aspects of the industry. The program is unique and touches on all facets of construction, from Residential to Commercial to Heavy construction. The programs' roots reach back to 1933 when the first post-secondary construction program in the United States of America started here at Delhi. Our faculty strive to produce the next industry leaders preparing them for the challenges and responsibilities that the industry holds. Unique to the Construction Technology A.A.S program is the option to continue your education here at Delhi in our Construction Management Bachelors program. Delhi offers one of the few 2+2 degree options in existence, allowing you to finish your first two years with an Associates degree and an option to enter into our Bachelor degree program in Construction Management: Design and Building. The Construction Management B.T. is a great opportunity to continue your education in the construction field only furthering your employment opportunities. Unique to the Construction Management Program is its full semester internship requirment. The A.A.S. curriculum offers industry specific courses such as:
General Education & Business courses such as Economics, Accounting, English, Public Speaking, Physics and Mathematics are also part of the Construction Technology curriculum.
The construction industry is one of the nations largest, boasting over 8.3 million jobs throughout the country. The following represents just a sampling of some of the career options available to SUNY Delhi students following the completion of their degree.
Minimum requirements to be considered for admission HS Average: 75
Algebra Regents: 75
Transfer GPA: 2.0
SUNY Curriculum Code: 0540