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The Construction Management certificate includes a range of technical architecture classes with basic business topics to give students a first level credential in the construction management field. The certificate prepares students for entry- level positions in construction firms and can serve as the first step to completing the AAS degree in Construction Management. It is especially suited to students who have construction experience or already have a degree in another field. This certificate requires 32 credits in the courses listed below.

For more information about Architecture, please visit the program page.

Certificate Requirements

Field of Study Code: ARCH.CER.CONST

ARCH 1111Building Materials4
ARCH 1130Blueprint Reading2
ARCH 1141Construction Methods I2
ARCH 1301Introduction to Construction Management3
ARCH 2142Construction Methods II2
ARCH 2150Basic Surveying2
ARCH 2240Codes, Specifications and Contracts3
ARCH 2260Construction Estimating3
ARCH 2270Construction Scheduling3
ARCH 2413BIM Management-Revit3
MANAG 1100Supervision3
ARCH 1240Construction Safety Fundamentals 2
Total Credits32

Suggested Semester Sequence

Please note: A student's readiness to perform college-level coursework is based on the student's placement test and/or ACT scores. Below 1000-level coursework may be required prior to the student taking courses in the suggested sequences.

This is a typical program map; please meet with a Faculty or Program Advisor to discuss the details.

Plan of Study Grid
First SemesterCredits
ARCH 1130 Blueprint Reading 2
ARCH 1141 Construction Methods I 2
ARCH 1301 Introduction to Construction Management 3
ARCH 1111 Building Materials 4
MANUF 2280 Industrial Safety 2
ARCH 2270 Construction Scheduling 3
 Credits16
Second Semester
ARCH 2150 Basic Surveying 2
ARCH 2142 Construction Methods II 2
ARCH 2240 Codes, Specifications and Contracts 3
ARCH 2260 Construction Estimating 3
ARCH 2413 BIM Management-Revit 3
MANAG 1100 Supervision 3
 Credits16
 Total Credits32

Program Milestones

First Semester

  • Consider joining or visiting with a professional, cultural or interest-based Student Club.

Second Semester

  • If you have not done so yet this semester, it is important to make an appointment with a Faculty or Program Advisor to discuss your future academic progress.