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  Dec 15, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Course Catalog & Student Handbook

Commercial Construction Management, AAS


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Program Description

The mission of the Commercial Construction Management program is to prepare its students to assume positions leading to increasing managerial responsibility in a variety of firms which plan and construct commercial construction projects. Graduates will be provided with the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to effectively coordinate all of the managerial and technical aspects of a construction project.

Upon graduation of the degree program, students will possess skills in problem solving, critical thinking, and communication, as well as technical and conceptual application of estimating, contract administration, contracts, scheduling, finance, safety, and means and methods of construction.

The associate of applied science degree program includes Commercial Construction Management courses and college-level general education courses. Coursework is accomplished through business simulations that prepare students to immediately and effectively impact the work environment. Student industry employment is encouraged to allow direct application of skills learned through course projects. (Program Length: 5 Semesters Minimum)

View the Commercial Construction Management AAS Degree Program Fact Sheet for additional information.

Employment Opportunities

Project manager, contract administrator, superintendent, estimator, project engineer, safety engineer, assistant cost engineer, quality control engineer, scheduling engineer

Curriculum


Essential General Education Core Courses (18 Credits)


Area I - Language Arts/Communication


Area II - Social/Behavioral Sciences


(Choose ONE of the following)

Area III - Natural Sciences/Mathematics


(Choose ONE of the following)

Area IV - Humanities/Fine Arts


(Choose ONE of the following)

Total Hours: 62


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