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Construction Management - AAS

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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.

Total Semester Credits: 15

Total Semester Credits: 14

Spring First Year:

Total Semester Credits: 11

Fall Second Year:

Total Semester Credits: 13

Winter Second Year:

Total Semester Credits: 13

Total Semester Credits: 6

Total Credits: 72


  1. A grade of “C” (2.0) or higher is required in all course requirements.
  2. 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  course.
  3. Construction Management (CM) students that are taking RC 201 and RC 204 in place of RC 120 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.
  4. Students choosing the RC 201 and RC 204 option must complete 80 total credits for the Construction Management Associate in Applied Science Degree. 
  5. If you plan to pursue a 3+1 program in management please meet with a student success advisor prior to the start of your second year.

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