Certificate in Construction Management

Certificate Level: Undergraduate
Admission Requirements: High school diploma or GED
Certificate Type: Certificate
Number of Credits to Completion: 18.0 - 19.0
Instructional Delivery: Campus, Online
Calendar Type: Quarter
Expected Time to Completion: 1 year
Financial Aid Eligibility: Not aid eligible
Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Code: 52.2001
Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code: 11-9021

 

Construction Management I - Fundamentals

18.0 quarter credits

The Construction Management I - Fundamentals Certificate introduces students to the basic concepts of the construction industry.

Students interested in continuing their education after certification are able to apply their coursework and credits directly to the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management.

Requirements
CMGT 101Introduction to Construction Management3.0
CMGT 161Building Materials and Construction Methods I3.0
CMGT 162Building Materials and Construction Methods II3.0
CMGT 163Building Materials and Construction Methods III3.0
CMGT 261Construction Safety3.0
CMGT 263Understanding Construction Drawings3.0
Total Credits18.0

Construction Management II - Construction Science

18.0 quarter credits

The Construction Management II - Construction Science Certificate focuses on introducing students to design concepts relating to heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems and the integration of these systems into the construction process. In addition, the certificate also covers the process of estimating as well as building codes involved in construction projects.

Students interested in continuing their education after certification are able to apply their coursework and credits directly to the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management.

Requirements
CMGT 266Building Systems I3.0
CMGT 267Building Systems II3.0
CMGT 363Estimating I3.0
CMGT 364Estimating II3.0
Select two of the following:6.0
Building Codes
Information Technologies in Construction
Management of Field Operations
Total Credits18.0

Construction Management III - Management Concepts

19.0 quarter credits

The Construction Management III - Management Concepts Certificate focuses on construction contracts, specifications, and practices with regard to business law and liability. The certificate also covers value engineering and construction planning, scheduling, network systems, as well as the communications required for project control and claims prevention.

Students interested in continuing their education after certification are able to apply their coursework and credits directly to the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management.

Requirements
CMGT 361Contracts And Specifications I3.0
CMGT 362Contracts and Specifications II3.0
CMGT 461Construction Project & Company Management3.0
CMGT 463Value Engineering3.0
CMGT 465Marketing Construction Services3.0
CMGT 467Techniques of Project Control4.0
Total Credits19.0

Construction Management IV - Customized Independent

18.0 quarter credits

The Construction Management IV - Customized Independent Certificate is designed to allow students to choose the higher-level courses that best suit their special needs and interests. Students must select all six of their courses at the start of the Certificate program.

Students interested in continuing their education after certification are able to apply their coursework and credits directly to the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management.

Requirements
A minimum of six (6) 300-level or higher approved CMGT courses *18.0
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CIVE and CAEE majors may not include CMGT 371 or CMGT 372.

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