Construction Management provides students, who work in or plan to enter management of residential projects and commercial projects, with the knowledge and skills necessary for employment. Emphasis is placed on inspection, estimating, scheduling, legal, and business aspects of construction.
Completion of the Construction Management AS degree opens up a wide field of career opportunities ranging from small business ownership of a local construction company to project management for a large construction management firm. Other opportunities include working for cities and counties in inspections, plan checking, and city planning.
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this program a student will be able to:
• Communication: Cite, list, and write effectively to communicate the intent of construction management and inspection services.
• Critical Thinking: Create a work plan, construct a project management plan of execution and design a schedule for execution of construction.
• Technical Skills: Create, assemble, and generate relevant, technical reports on real world projects and construction project simulations.