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Building Construction (VARIES)
Train for entry-level work in the carpentry, HVAC and electrical construction trades or pursue additional education or training in construction trades. www.nicc.edu/buildingconstruction
Award: Career Pathway Certificate
Estimated Salary Range: $22,528 – $31,108

Carpentry (C,P)
Develop your carpentry skills through the construction of a home during this program. Additional certificate programs integrated into the curriculum offer hands-on opportunities to enhance your skills and specialize in a particular area, including; cabinet making, finishing skills, floor and framing and foundation. www.nicc.edu/carpentry
Award: Diploma
Estimated Salary Range: $24,407 – $36,376

Computer Aided Design (CAD) Specialist (P)
The construction industry, industrial manufacturers, architectural and engineering firms, production companies and software firms rely on trained CAD specialists to create computer-aided drawings, 2-D blueprints and 3-D solid modeling, rendering and automation for presentation purposes with potential clients. www.nicc.edu/cad
Award: Certificate
Estimated Salary Range: $33,183 – $48,064

Construction Business Management (P)
Learn the management and supervisory responsibilities of construction work, including coursework in construction, accounting, business and marketing.
www.nicc.edu/constructionbusmgmt
Award: Diploma
Estimated Salary Range: $46,457 – $71,271

Construction Equipment Operator (VARIES)
Prepare to safely and efficiently operate construction equipment used in a variety of construction sites, including residential and commercial building and road construction. www.nicc.edu/equipmentoperator
Award: Career Pathway Certificate
Estimated Salary Range: $30,340 – $41,401

Construction Technology (P)
Learn commercial carpentry, entry-level construction management and supervision in the construction and materials supply industry. www.nicc.edu/constructiontechnology
Award: Associate of Applied Science
Estimated Salary Range: $30,099 – $43,485

Electrician, Commercial/Residential (C)
Learn how to install electrical systems, troubleshoot problems, make repairs and upgrade equipment safely in both commercial and residential structures. www.nicc.edu/electrician
Award: Diploma
Estimated Salary Range: $28,780 – $46,978

Electrician, Industrial (C)
Business, governmental and industrial facilities rely on trained industrial electricians to perform electrical installation, diagnose problems with wiring and circuitry, and repair or upgrade electrical system infrastructure safely. www.nicc.edu/industrialelectrician
Award: Associate of Applied Science
Estimated Salary Range: $38,230-$53,052

Gas Utility Construction and Service (P)
This program will provide hands-on training installing gas line infrastructure in a test plot on campus using heavy equipment, such as backhoes, trenchers and boring equipment. Learn about pipeline safety and integrity, metallurgy, electronic controls and Operator Qualification. www.nicc.edu/gasutility
Award: Diploma
Estimated Salary Range: $26,187 – $40,863

Heating and Air Conditioning (P)
During this three-semester diploma program, you learn how to install heating and air conditioning systems that support infrastructure, both in residential and light commercial structures. www.nicc.edu/heatandaircond
Award: Diploma
Estimated Salary Range: $32,307 – $48,564

Restoration Academy (P)
After completing this certificate, you gain the skills necessary to work in the highly-specialized field of building restoration. Students will be introduced to architectural style and the materials and methods of construction utilized in different historical periods. http://www.nicc.edu/advancedmanufacturing
Award: Career Pathway Certificate
Estimated Salary Range: $23,155 – $31,451

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