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    Nov 26, 2022  
Catalog 2012-2013 
Catalog 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Construction Management Technology, AAS

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No. of Credits: 63
Contact: R. Gates, Chair, Business and Technology Division

Students develop a working knowledge of construction site practices and prepare for entry-level management responsibilities. Successful construction managers need to be skilled in scheduling and supervising workers, estimating costs, obtaining equipment and materials, working with designers and planners, securing permits and licenses and assuring safe practices at the building site. In addition to developing these skills specific to the construction industry, students also develop their competency in writing, basic mathematics, communications, drafting, accounting and management. Utilizing technologies and applying customer relations skills are emphasized. Graduates are prepared for such positions as supervisor, project manager, construction superintendent, estimator and site inspector.

During the program students complete 12 credits of cooperative education, gaining hands-on learning through paid work experiences at construction sites. Entering students who have previously completed a recognized four-year construction-related apprenticeship program may qualify for advanced standing and not have to complete the cooperative education courses. New students interested in this option are advised to confer with a college advisor prior to enrolling in the program.

The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other institutions to this program is 47.

Career Opportunities:

senior project manager, construction superintendent, estimator, field engineer, quality control engineer, building inspector, surveyor, contract specialist, soils inspector/technician, or material lab technician

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Required Courses and Recommended Sequence:

The following is a recommended sequence of courses for completing this program. Developmental and prerequisite course requirements, credit load, and/or course availability may affect a student’s individual progress. Students should consult their online program evaluation or an academic advisor for individual program planning.


* Courses requiring a prerequisite

** Program option

*** special criteria for required general education courses

**** Pending MHEC approval

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