The Residential Light Construction Occupational Endorsement program at the University of Alaska Southeast, Sitka Campus provides an excellent opportunity for students to learn new skills (or to improve existing skill levels) in a supportive environment. Students completing the courses will possess the knowledge, skills and experiences to attain employment, develop professionally, and experience personal growth and enrichment.
These courses can also be applied to earning an Associate of Applied Science degree in Construction Technology.
This program requires 12 credit hours of course work:
Entry into this occupational endorsement program does not require the completion of a high school diploma or GED.
The Residential Light Construction OE requires Math Placement testing into Math S055 or above before completion of the program.
For detailed information on specific requirements for this program, please refer to the most current UAS academic catalog.
All light construction training courses are held in a state-of-the art construction lab on the UAS Sitka Campus.
Instructors combine classroom lecture and study materials with plenty of hands-on training opportunities to build your skills and experience in a variety of construction techniques.