The Construction Technology and Management Department offers two Associate of Applied
Science (A.A.S.) degrees and one Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree appropriately tailored
to the needs of the nation's largest industry–construction
Construction Management - Bachelor of Science Degree
Accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE
Graduates of the Construction Management program are prepared to manage and supervise
the complete construction process from initial considerations through bidding to final
completion. Graduates enter the industry as project superintendents, project engineers,
project managers, or owner's representatives for a variety of construction related
firms such as: general contractors, specialty subcontractors, construction managers,
designers, developers, consultants, or owners.
Students may enter the Construction Management program as freshmen, transfer student,
or after completion of an approved associate degree. Course content includes management
of skilled labor resources, contract administration, estimating, cost and schedule
control, quality control and quality assurance, project management, engineering, mathematics,
sciences, business, and computer application topics.
There are three paths for the students to obtain their Bachelor of Science in Construction
Management, depending on the interest and background of the student.
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Bachelor of Science - Construction Management
Commercial/Industrial Building Emphasis
Transfer from Ferris Architectural Technology
Associate of Applied Science Degrees
This program prepares students for a beginning position in the building segment of
the construction industry, working on commercial, industrial or residential structures.
Students enter the Building Construction Technology program as freshmen. Course content
consists of a balanced curriculum of technical course work in a variety of construction
topics including surveying, plan reading, mechanical and electrical plans and specifications,
wood framing, concrete work, estimating and construction administration. The building
construction courses are combined with a solid foundation of sciences, mathematics,
and general education.