Building Controls Technology

The Pathway

The Building Controls Technology pathway for high school students at the DCSD Legacy campus is geared toward students who desire a possible career in construction, electrical, and building automation trades.

Students will train for exciting hands-on work in a fast-growing career field. Courses cover a wide range of topics including: basic electricity, industrial wiring, control systems, building materials, and construction systems. Topics include electrical installation, conduit and raceways, how to use a multimeter, precision measurement, electrical and mechanical torque, basic hand and power tool safety, and OSHA safety.

Students will gain employable skills and work toward an internship in year 2. Or, students can matriculate into ACC’s certificate-based BCT program where they will further learn to install, repair, and maintain a building's computer-controlled mechanical and electrical systems, including its heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), and energy management systems.

This application is only for NEW students 2024-25.  Continuing (Year2) students will need to get their applications from their teacher.  Applications for 2024-25 will open January 12th. 

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The Instructors

Recommended Learning Sequence 2024-2025

Building Controls Technology Recommended Learning Sequence
  • All year 1 classes in this pathway are double-blocked. Register for both classes each semester.
  • Year 2 classes are single-blocked so students can do an internship.

Credit Opportunities

Co-curricular & Other Opportunities: TSA

Internship/Work-Based Learning Opportunities: DCSD and local businesses 

Continuing Education Opportunities: ASCENT

Postsecondary Partner

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