Provide training for students who are interested in developing entry level management skills or inservice professional development required for employment in the construction industry.
The Construction Management program is designed to prepare students for immediate employment as quantity surveyors, estimators, coordinators, project engineers, and supervisors. The program intends to provide well rounded individuals with skills in AutoCAD, Primavera, and other industry standard software.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the CMGT program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate key skills necessary for effective management, planning, scheduling, and control of the overall construction project with attention to related sustainable considerations.
- Explain the materials and methods used in the construction of commercial and residential construction projects, covering procedures, equipment, sustainability, and techniques.
- Demonstrate proficiency in the interpretation of construction drawings and specifications, construction safety principles and practices, LEED essential elements, and related federal, state, and county codes.
- AEC 81 or BLPR 22 or Instructor Approval based on High School Drafting or other prior training.
- ENG 22/60 or ESL 23, OR Placement in ENG 100
- Placement in MATH 103 or higher
- Recommended Preparation: Drafting, Geometry, English, Basic Science, and Computer Literacy
Degrees That Can Be Earned
Associate in Science
Cost of Textbooks/Supplies
The cost for textbooks is approximately $1200
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