Construction Management
2-year AAS degree

The Construction Management program provides entry-level skills and knowledge for students who want to pursue one of the many careers available in the construction industry. Classes during the first year emphasize hands-on laboratory experiences in construction skills, architectural drafting and CAD, estimating and microcomputer applications. The summer session allows students to gain experience during a full-time, paid internship in the construction field. Second-year classes emphasize skills and knowledge development in management, scheduling, estimating and legal issues.

Construction Estimator Certificate
Construction Supervision Certificate
ACE Industry Certificate

Students in this program may be eligible to have half their tuition paid for by the Kibbie Grant.

*Students enrolled in this program must purchase or own a laptop to meet hardware specifications within the courses.

Construction Management


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