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 to 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; CIP Code 52.2001)

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Associate of Applied Science Degree

First Semester

BUS 140Principles of Supervision3
CMGT 105Construction Methods3
CMGT 125Construction Specifications*2
DRAF 129Interpreting Architectural Drawings2
DRAF 143Introduction to BIM Building Information Modeling*2
MATH 130Technical Mathematics I* (or higher)3
Total Hours15

Second Semester

ACCT 111Small Business Accounting3
or ACCT 121 Accounting I
CMGT 129Construction Management3
CMGT 150Construction Safety/OSHA-303
CMGT 160Green Building Fundamentals*3
CMGT 225Construction Documents*2
COMS 155Workplace Skills1
Total Hours15

Third Semester

CMGT 123Building Codes*3
CMGT 140Construction Materials*3
CMGT 205Advanced Construction Methods*3
ENGL 121Composition I*3
Humanities Elective ^3
Social and Behavioral and Sciences Elective ^3
Total Hours18

Fourth Semester

Program Elective (see below)4
CMGT 227Construction Cost Estimating*3
CMGT 229Advanced Construction Management*3
GEOS 130General Geology5
Total Hours15

Total Program Hours: 63

Program Electives

BUS 241Principles of Management3
BUS 243Human Resource Management3
BUS 245Small Business Management3
BLAW 261Business Law I*3
CMGT 271Construction Management Internship*3
CSS 105Introduction to Personal Computers: Windows1
CSS 108Word Processing I: MS Word*1
CSS 110Spreadsheets I: MS Excel*1
CSS 121Introduction to Project Management*1
CSS 128PC Applications: MS Office3
DRAF 243Advanced BIM: Revit*2
ENGR 131Engineering Graphics I:AutoCAD*4
ENTR 120Introduction to Entrepreneurship2
ENTR 142Business Plan3
ENTR 180Opportunity Analysis2

This course has registration requirements.


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