AAS - Associate in Applied Science program (WT Course ID #: A35190)
The Construction Management Technology curriculum is designed to provide training for persons interested in project management and other related positions in the construction industry.
Coursework focuses on such topics as construction materials, methods and techniques of modern construction, building codes, contractor licensing law, contractor business law, OSHA and safety on the construction site, project management, project scheduling, project costs and productivity, residential and commercial estimating, residential and commercial blueprint reading and human relations issues in the construction industry.
Graduates should qualify for entry-level positions as project manager assistants, site superintendents, construction foremen, building inspectors, estimators and other construction management-related jobs.
The Construction Management Technology Basic Certificate is designed for individuals already in the construction industry who want to study the basic principles of construction management. Topics include safety/OSHA regulations and compliance, residential and commercial blueprint reading, project planning and scheduling, human relations, issues, and professional construction supervision.
Individuals who complete this certificate will have taken an essential step in the process of qualifying as a construction project manager, superintendent, foreman, or estimator.