The Sustainable Construction Technology program prepares students in general building construction and maintenance of large or small structures. It allows students to explore different trades prior to selecting a specialization.

Contact the program coordinator, Carlton Atay, at 984-3256, or by email at catay@hawaii.edu for more information.

Requirement for Certificate of Professional Development (CPD):
Safety:  2 credits
Occupational Safety & Health 20(1), Health 31(1)
Welding for Trades:  2 credits
Welding 19B(1), 19D(1)
Requirements for Certificates of Competence (CO):
Basic Carpentry Skills:  6 credits
Blueprint 22(3), Carpentry 20(3)
Basic Drafting Skills:  6 credits  
Architectural Engineering & CAD Tech 80(3), Blueprint 22(3)
Electrical Maintenance:  5 credits
Electricity 20(3), 23(2)
Energy Production:  6 credits
Energy 101(3), 103(3)
Maintenance Painting:  4 credits  
Maintenance 20(2), 40(2)
Maintenance Plumbing:  4 credits
Maintenance 20(2), 50(2)
Rough & Finish Carpentry:  8 credits
Carpentry 41(3), 43(3), 193v(2)
Small Equipment Repair:  6 credits
Electricity 23(2), Maintenance 20(2), 60(2)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Completion (CC):  16 credits
Carpentry 20(3) Maintenance 20(2)
Electricity  20(3) Mathematics 18(3)
Energy   101(3) Health 31(1);  Occupational Safety & Health 20(1)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement (CA):  33 credits
All CC courses(16) plus:
Architectural Engineering & CAD Tech 80(3) Energy 103(3)
Blueprint 22(3) Maintenance 40(2)
Carpentry 41(3) English 22 or English 55(3)

 

Requirements for Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree:
64-67 credits
All CA courses (33) plus:
Carpentry 43(3)
Electricity 23(2)
Maintenance 30(2), 50(2), 60(2), 70(2)
Welding 19B(1), 19D(1)
Cooperative Education 193v(2) - in the appropriate alpha
BUS/COM 130, COM 145, or SP 151
Humanities elective(3)
Natural Science elective(3)
Social Science elective(3)
Technical electives(2-5):  Maintenance 65(2), Carpentry 42(3),
Industrical Education, Building, & Construction 20(3), or
other program courses:  AEC, BLPR, CARP, ELEC, ENRG, MAIN

 

Full-time students would take courses in this sequence:
First Semester (Fall) Credits
*CARP 20 Basic Carpentry Skills 3
*ELEC 20 Intro to Electricity 3
*ENRG 101 Intro to Sustainable Technology 3
*HLTH 31 First Aid and Safety 1
*MAIN 20 Intro to Building Maintenance 2
*MATH 18 Essential Math for Alegbra 3
*OSH 20 Intro to Occupational Safety & Health I 1
     16
Second Semester (Spring) Credits 
*AEC 80 Basic Drafting 3
*BLPRT 22 Blueprint Reading & Drafting 3
*CARP 41 Rough Carpentry 3
*ENRG 103 Energy Production Systems 3
*MAIN 40 Painting & Decorating 2
*ENG 22 Intro to Composition, or
ENG 55  Business Communications-Written 3
     17
Third Semester (Fall)  Credits
CARP 43  Interior Finish 3
Cooperative Education 193v(2) - in the appropriate alpha  2
MAIN 30  Masonry 2
MAIN 50  Plumbing 2
MAIN 60  Small Equipment Repair 2
WELD 19B & 19D  Welding for Trades 2
BUS/COM 130 or COM 145 or SP 151 3
     16
Fourth Semester (Spring) Credits 
ELEC 23  Electrical Wiring I 2
MAIN 70  Preventive Maintenance 2
Technical electives - see electives in AAS requirements above     2-5
Humanities elective 3
Natural Science elective 3
Social Science/Humanities elective 3
  15-18

 

  *Note:  Courses required for the Certificate of Achievement.