The Construction, Design & Safety Division houses the Architectural & Engineering Technology, Construction Management, and Occupational Safety & Health programs.
The Architectural & Engineering Technology program trains students to become skilled workers on architectural and engineering design teams. Graduates are employed as drafters or technicians and work in support of professional architects and engineers to produce technical drawings used to build roads, bridges, homes, office buildings, oil and gas pipelines, etc.
The Construction Management program, developed with input from Alaska contractors and professional industry organizations, provides students with a broad knowledge of construction processes and techniques. Graduates understand basic business principles and possess broad knowledge of the technical and operational aspects of the construction industry.
The Occupational Safety & Health program prepares students for employment as safety professionals in a variety of industries including construction, petroleum, mining and tourism. Employment opportunities are growing for safety professionals.
The Construction, Design & Safety Division is part of the UAA Community & Technical College. Together, we're Building Alaska's Workforce!