Construction Management: Design and Building
AAS to BT Degree Options (2+2)
A unique aspect of our Construction Management: Design and Building bachelor's degree is that we are one of the few programs that offers such an option. Whether you begin your career here at SUNY Delhi in our Construction Technology program or choose to transfer from a comparable institution it allows you to obtain both an associate's and bachelor's degree.
The Bachelor of Technology in Construction Management: Design & Building degree at Delhi is comprised of your first two years being in the Construction Technology AAS curriculum, followed by your next two years in the Construction Management curriculum. You can enter into the bachelor's program as a freshman if admission requirements are met. If you feel you currently do not meet the minimum admission requirements for acceptance into the BT, you can still apply to the Construction Technology AAS degree program. This option allows you to then apply after your third semester to the Bachelor of Technology program.
Minimum requirements to be considered for admission to the BT from our Construction Technology program are:
- 2.3 GPA or better
- 48 completed credit hours
- Only Core Competency* courses with a "C" or better will transfer into the BT
*See below for a list of the BT program's Core Competencies.
If your current institution's construction-related associate's curriculum appears to offer a similar or "parallel" educational experience to that of SUNY Delhi's Construction Technology Program (AAS), specific compliance will be checked in accordance with the established Core Competencies of SUNY Delhi's Construction Management BT option.
Articulation agreements have been made with the following college institution construction-related programs;
- Dutchess County Community College (DCCC)
- Fulton-Montgomery Community College (FMCC)
- Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC)
- Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC)
- Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3)
- Physics or another 4 credit hour science class
- Statics & Strengths of Material
- AutoCAD (Residential and/or Commercial)
- Computer Based Estimating
- Commercial Building Construction
- Construction Business and Law
- Environmental Systems (Mechanical Equipment)