Connecticut Colleges & Universities

Receiving the right construction job training is the stepping stone to a lucrative and successful career in the construction industry. You can choose from an apprenticeship program, a two-year college program, 4-year college program, and graduate or certification program specific to the trade you’re interested in. If you can’t find what you need, contact us.

You can receive degrees, diplomas or certification in all aspects of the construction industry, from AutoCAD drafting and civil engineering to diesel and heavy equipment technology and construction management…the right program is waiting for you!

Below is a list of post-secondary institutions that offer construction education. Click on the links to visit each school’s website to learn more.

Central Connecticut State University [CCSU], New Britain

Graduate Official Certificate Programs

University of Connecticut [UCONN], Storrs

Fairfield University, Fairfield

School of Engineering

Quinnipiac University, Hamden

School of Business & Engineering

University of Hartford, West Hartford

College of Engineering, Technology & Architecture

University of New Haven, West Haven

Tagliatela College of Engineering

Rensselaer at Hartford, Hartford

Trinity College, Hartford

Engineering Department

Yale University, New Haven

United States Coast Guard Academy, New London

Capital Community College, Hartford

Middlesex Community College, Middletown

Three Rivers Community College, Norwich

New England Institute of Technology, Rhode Island