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Program codes are for September intakes except those that are indicated differently.
NORT – T067 (PC) Timmins Campus
Below are requirements relating to this program.
Construction has become an industry of skill and precision. The construction industry needs people who can handle everything from estimating to sales, and who know how everything in the building process fits together. Northern’s two-year program is designed to help students enter the construction and building management industry with a knowledge of construction law and management. Students will practice the skills required by today’s construction industry. They will learn computerized drawing and detailing, surveying, methods and materials, specification writing, building code, residential and commercial estimating, engineering materials testing and mechanical installation. Overall, this unique mixture of architectural, civil, structural and mechanical knowledge and skills will give students an insight into the technical requirements of building construction and maintenance.
Students graduating from this program may find employment in construction management, contracting, estimating, sales, government services and consulting.
Download the complete Articulation Agreement list for Universities and Colleges (PDF, 113KB). You can also visit OnTransfer. This site provides information and resources to help students and potential students find their way through Ontario’s post-secondary system.
Tony Douglass, Program Coordinator
Tel: 705-235-3211 ext. 1-2287