Construction Management (AS Degree S0881)

Technology and Health Division
Degree S0881

The Construction Management A.S. program prepares students to enter the field of construction management, construction administration, supervision, or other related construction employment. This multi-tiered program offers certificates designed to enhance the skills of working professionals (and credit for applied learning), and a comprehensive program designed to introduce entry level students to the range of construction employment opportunities. The program develops contemporary and emerging skills in general construction principles and processes, sustainability, estimating and scheduling, contract administration, building codes and legal aspects of construction, materials and specifications, reading construction documents and preparation of shop drawings, and BIM (building information modeling) through an immersive virtual construction environment. Students desiring a Bachelor's degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.

Required Courses

Course Prefix Course Name Units
CMGT 121Building Information Modeling for Construction4
CMGT 130Construction Planning and Management3
CMGT 140Construction Controls3
CMGT 150Construction Operations3
Variable Unit Course. One unit required.1
Construction Management Work Experience
ECT 67Reading Construction Drawings3
ECT 70Elements of Construction Management3
ECT 71Construction Estimating3
Choose two courses from the following list:6-7
Architectural Materials and Specifications
Building and Zoning Codes
Small Business Management
Microsoft Excel
Legal Aspects of Construction
Engineering Critical Thinking
Fundamentals of Construction Inspection
Total Units29-30

Program Learning Outcomes

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