Get the Skills to Become a Construction Leader
Have you always wanted to pursue a leadership role in a construction career? The STONEPILEllc Bachelor of Applied Science in Construction program will prepare you to work in a leadership role in the building and construction field. The program coursework will include 120 credits and will fulfill the general education requirements for a Bachelor’s degree and specific coursework in construction. The program is designed to train you through the construction timeline of a building project.
As a student, you will learn construction materials, site construction, foundation and concrete construction, building framing construction, masonry construction, plumbing construction, HVAC construction, envelope construction, and electrical construction. Additionally, you’ll learn about construction drawings, mechanics, leadership development, technical communication, and accounting practices for the industry.
You will work daily with construction drawings, construction specifications and product specifications acutely preparing them for actual field conditions.
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In the BAS program, you will extend your knowledge base from practical skills and basic project management leadership in the field and move to higher level executive leadership, organizational psychology, and project management. Key objectives include increasing circumspection of the needs of the industry, creative and robust problem-solving skills, innovation toward technology, and entrepreneurial leadership. We expect graduates of the BAS program to not only excel in construction knowledge and skills, but to have an acutely high-level analytical skills, executive-level communication skills, and keen awareness of executing full projects via values-based, efficient, and innovative leadership.
Students experience saturation in the ideas of data collection and management, automation, AI, robots, rendering, 3D technology, as well as the global business landscape. Leadership training includes personal leadership assessments and coaching to help graduates become the leaders of the next generation of construction contractors, innovators, and executives.
In order to feel fully prepared for a role in construction leadership, you’ll receive 6 certifications upon graduation. In addition, General Education credits per the standards of the Department of Education for a BAS degree are included. The Bachelor of Applied Science in Construction program devotes 35% (42 out of 120 credits) of its instruction to General Education with at least two Humanities/Fine Arts, two Math/Hard Science, and two Behavioral Science.
This program will be taught online using Basecamp as the secure correspondence platform. Each semester will have five 3-credit classes for a total of 15 credits per semester. Each class will be 15 weeks with 30-45 lessons and assignments. STONEPILEllc will offer 3 semesters per year: Fall, Spring, Summer. Students can start their desired program at any time. Each credit will cost $200. A part time student has a maximum of 8 years to complete the program.
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|Total Cost (8 semesters)||$26,800|
- Program: Bachelor of Applied Science in Construction
- Tuition: $200 per credit
- Total Credits: 120 credit hours
- Delivery Method: 100% Online/Distance Education
- Each semester will have five 3-credit classes for a total of 15 credits per semester.
- Each class will be 15 weeks with 30-45 lessons and assignments.
- STONEPILEllc will offer 3 semesters per year: Fall, Spring, Summer.
- 161 Site Construction & Construction Materials
- 162 Foundation & Concrete Construction
- 101 English Literature and Composition
- 111 Analytic Geometry and Trigonometry
- 191 Construction Practicum 1 (field lab for 161 and 162)
- 171 Building Framing Construction
- 131 Psychology – Critical Thinking, Values, Leadership
- 164 Masonry Construction
- 112 Accounting
- 192 Construction Practicum 2 (field lab for 164 and 171)
- 271 Construction Drawings & International Building Code
- 201 English Digital and Business Communication
- 281 Plumbing Construction
- 282 HVAC Construction
- 291 Construction Practicum 3 (field lab for 281 and 282)
- 272 Envelope Construction
- 221 Physical Science – Mechanics & Statics
- 231 Psychology – Leadership Development
- 284 Electrical Construction
- 292 Construction Practicum 4 (field lab for 272 and 284)
- 311 Introduction to Licensed Contractors
- 331 General Contracting I
- 332 General Contracting II
- 333 General Contracting III
- 301 Introduction to Architectural design
- 321 Business and Law I
- 322 Business and Law II
- 341 Mechanical HVAC/Refrigeration Contracting I
- 342 Mechanical HVAC/Refrigeration Contracting II
- 343 Mechanical HVAC/Refrigeration Contracting III
- 451 Masonry Contracting I
- 452 Masonry Contracting II
- 461 Electrical Contracting I
- 462 Electrical Contracting II
- 463 Electrical Contracting III
- 441 Mechanical Plumbing Contracting I
- 442 Mechanical Plumbing Contracting II
- 443 Mechanical Plumbing Contracting III
- 444 Mechanical Fire Sprinklers and Fire Protection Contracting I
- 445 Mechanical Fire Sprinklers and Fire Protection Contracting II