Dr. Jeenson Sheen
The Department offers degrees in the following program areas:
- A.S. degree in Architectural Drafting Technology;
- B.S. degree in Computer Engineering Technology;
- B.S. degree in Construction Management Engineering Technology; and the
- B.S. degree in Electronic Engineering Technology.
All of the B.S. degree major programs are accredited by the
Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE)
3801 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 190
Raleigh, NC 27607
The mission of the Department of Technology is to provide programs and services to prepare graduates for a variety of responsible technological and/or technical management positions in industry, business and government. The Department commits to the responsibility of preparing students in quality industrial technology programs. Accordingly, the department commits, through its academic programs to fostering within students an intrinsic feeling of self-worth that allows them to be the best persons possible, as well as the best technologists.
BCT 162 Matrls of Constr'n (3 Credits)
Survey on construction materials, their, characteristics, advantages, and limitations., Emphasis on the use of these materials in , various building systems, including costs and , durability.
BCT 260 Building Codes and Specifications (3 Credits)
Emphasis on regional and national building codes, history of building regulations, zoning and its , inflence on construction and business, including, specifications and acceptance on costs and , durability.
BCT 262 Methods of Building Construction I (3 Credits)
Emphasis on the design,planning and methods, of sewage and electrical systems, as well as local, and national building codes and techniques.
BCT 263 Fund Surveying I (3 Credits)
Principles and practices of using basic surveying, instruments, error analysis, and note keeping, (Meets 4 days per week)
BCT 264 Intermed Surveying (3 Credits)
Practice of obtaining horizontal, vertical and , angular measurements; azimuths and bearing; , traverse surveys and computations; triangulation , of ordinary precision; stadia; land area , calculation, and constructin surveys, (Meets 4 hours per week)
BCT 265 Architect Details (3 Credits)
Study of building construction components, for residential buildings and light commercial , construction. (Meets 6 hours per week)
BCT 266 Architect Drafting (3 Credits)
Study of uilding construction drawings for , residential buildings and light commercial , construction (Meets 6 hrs. per week)
BCT 363 Methods of Building Construction II (3 Credits)
Comprehensive study of building construction, techniques in the construction industry. Emphasis, on residential and commercial type structures., Field trips are included.
BCT 364 Steel Structures (3 Credits)
Theory and practice in the design and fabrication, of structural steel in conformance with current , codes and practices. (Meets 4 hr. per week)
BCT 370 Cost Estimates and Quality Control I (3 Credits)
Surveys methods of taking quantities from plans, preparation of unit price and lumo sum estimates, for structural units, including material, , expediting, job supervision, site selection, and , progress charts and graphs
BCT 376 Soil Mechanics (3 Credits)
Study of the engineering properties of soil and , how those properties affect behavior, such as , movement of water thriugh soil, including ground , water contamination, stresses in a soil mass, , volume change, shear strength, subsurface , investigations and lateral earth pressure
BCT 376L Soil Mechanics Lab (1 Credits)
Study of the skills necessary to perform soils , testing
BCT 462 Problem Analysis and Planning (3 Credits)
Consideration given to individual problem solving and analysis in specialized areas.
BCT 464 Organization & Supervision of Const. (3 Credits)
Study of construction methods and organization;, layout and planning; material requisitioning and, progress scheduling, including basic training in, estimating quantities of materials from plans and, specifications, approximate cost data, fixed and, operating cost in major construction works.