SAVANNAH—This fall, students studying Construction Management will be able to take four of the required major courses online for the first time including Blueprint Reading, Construction Safety, Materials and Fasteners, and Construction Drafting I. These courses are required for both the diploma and associate degree in Construction Management.
“We’re giving our students more options,” said department head and instructor Dan Krautheimer. “If someone can’t get to campus during the day, they’ll be able to take some of the construction classes online.”
The college plans to offer four more courses online beginning in January 2011. The more theoretical classes are the ones that will be offered online, because many of the major courses require hands-on instruction in a lab environment, noted Krautheimer. When fully developed, students will be able to complete more than half of the Construction Management program online.
The diploma program consists of 88 credit hours; the associate degree consists of 105 credit hours.
Fall quarter classes start Sept. 29. For information about Construction Management programs at Savannah Technical College, contact Dan Krautheimer firstname.lastname@example.org or (912) 443-3395.
For admission information, visit www.savannahtech.edu.