The construction management technology degree prepares individuals to manage, coordinate, and supervise the construction process from concept development through project completion on timely and economic bases. Topics include construction processes and techniques; construction contracting; organization and scheduling; applicable codes and regulations; cost estimating; building information modeling (BIM); personnel management and labor relations; business skills; site safety; and sustainable building fundamentals.
Graduates are ready for work as managers, inspectors, field supervisors, and estimators for general contractors and subcontractors in the commercial construction industry. An associate of applied science degree is awarded upon the successful completion of 63 credit hours.
(Major Code 2310; State CIP Code 52.2001)
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Associate of Applied Science Degree
|BUS 140||Principles of Supervision||3|
|CMGT 105||Construction Methods||3|
|CMGT 125||Construction Specifications*||2|
|DRAF 129||Interpreting Architectural Drawings||2|
|DRAF 143||Introduction to BIM Building Information Modeling*||2|
|MATH 130||Technical Mathematics I* (or higher)||3|
|CMGT 227||Construction Cost Estimating*||3|
|CMGT 229||Advanced Construction Management*||3|
|GEOS 130||General Geology||5|
Total Program Hours: 63