From designing to building, the construction program at Central Campus prepares student for many opportunities in architecture, construction and engineering.

From the ground up, the construction curriculum at Central Campus provides students with an education in many aspects of both the design and building of facilities.

Our courses provide students with knowledge of CADD and other design-related aspects of construction, and teach everything from the use of power tools to drywall, painting and welding. Students even have the opportunity to take part in the construction of a brand new home, which can lead to an apprenticeship with local building trades.

Many of our construction students participate in the  ACE Mentor Program, a national program that aims to attract and mentor high school students to the fields of Architecture, Construction, and Engineering, including scholarship awards to support post-secondary education.