The Construction Management program prepares graduates for a variety of careers in construction including management, supervision, estimating, testing and safety. The program focuses on the flow of labor, material, equipment, time and finances from the conception of a project through completion. Students are trained in a combination of skills in construction, business and management. This degree also allows students to continue their education in a baccalaureate program at participating four-year institutions.
Demonstrate skills in the management of time and finances using construction management principles.
Accurately prepare estimates and project schedules.
Manage Occupational Safety & Health Administration safety programs.
Demonstrate proficiency in the development and interpretation of construction drawings and specifications.
Apply construction jobsite management skills.
Prepare construction working drawings using various software applications.
Minnesota State Community and Technical College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
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Restricted electives in courses
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Construction Management - Associate of Applied Science (AAS)