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Construction Management - Associate in Applied Science

Program Code: AAS.15875

The Construction Management program is designed to acquaint you with management/business operations and knowledge of the practices and procedures relating to the construction industry. The construction course will acquaint you with various materials, procedures, types of fabrication, and methods of resolution. Technical problem solving will be stressed.

The business components of this program will teach you basic business structure and practices. Such training is invaluable in the start-up and maintenance of a profitable construction business. Other avenues of employment can be sought in construction supervision, material representation, and material management and control.

General Education Courses

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
COM 202W3Oral Communication for Managers ______________
LW 220W1Lifelong Wellness AND ______________
LWA ---1Any 1 Credit LWA Course ______________
OR ______________
LW ---(2)Any 2 Credit LW Course ______________
OR ______________
LW 223W(2)Wellness in Technical Trades ______________
OAT 1513Business Communication I ______________
OAT 1523Business Communication II ______________
POL ---3/4Any Approved American Government Requirement ______________
MTH ---4Any Approved Intermediate Algebra Course or Higher ______________

Core Program Requirements

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
ARC 1013Materials and Methods of Construction ______________
ARC 1113Mechanical and Electrical Systems for Buildings ______________
ARC 2043Estimating Building Construction ______________
ARC 2112Elements of Structural Design ______________
ARC 2213Site Preparation ______________
RC 1013Construction Print Interpretation ______________
TTI 1102Sustainable Building Principles ______________

Successful completion of the Core Program courses prepare the student for completing the Architectural Technology Associate Degree, the Construction Management Associate Degree, or the Residential Construction Degree. Please refer to the catalog page for the relevant Program Requirement Courses for those programs.

Management Related Courses, Program Requirements

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
ACC 1213Accounting for Managers OR ______________
ACC 211(4)Principles of Financial Accounting ______________
CST 133W4Computer Concepts & Competencies OR ______________
CST 134(3)Micro Computers in Business Using MS Office ______________
ENT 131W3Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management I ______________
MGT 153W3Introduction to Business ______________
MGT 2453Principles of Management ______________
MGT 251W3Business Law I ______________

Construction Related Courses, Program Requirements

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
RC 1063Concrete and Foundations ______________
RC 1082Construction Safety ______________
RC 1201Construction Management Portfolio OR ______________
RC 201(4)Rough and Outside Framing AND ______________
RC 204(4)Inside Finishing and Hardware ______________
RC 200W3Construction Contracting Rules and Regulations ______________
RC 2033Residential CAD ______________
TTI 1203Energy Auditing and Weatherization ______________

70/80Total Credits Required For Associate Degree


1 - If you plan to pursue a 3+1 program in management please meet with a counselor/academic advisor prior to the start of your second year.
2 - A grade of "C" (2.0) or higher is required in all Basic Program course requirements.
3 - RC 120 requires Construction Management (CM) Program Coordinator approval for permission to register. Students will have to document 2000 hours of recent and relevant construction experience to qualify for the RC 120 option.
4 - Construction Management (CM) students are advised to contact the CM Program Coordinator before registering for RC 201 and RC 204. RC 201 is generally offered during the Fall semester and RC 204 is offered during the Winter semester.

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