Associate of Applied Science in Construction Management

Admission Requirements

Satisfy the Application and Admission Requirements for Associate Degree Programs.


Certain courses require prerequisites or faculty permission. See an academic advisor for further information.

Graduation Requirements

Program Requirements

Support Courses
ACCT A201Principles of Financial Accounting3
BA/JUST A241Business Law I3
WRTG A212Writing and the Professions3
GEO A181Construction Surveying1
College Algebra for Calculus
and Trigonometry *
or MATH A155 Precalculus
Select one science course with laboratory:4
Physical Geology
and Physical Geology Laboratory *
College Physics I
and College Physics I Laboratory *
Program Courses
AET A101Fundamentals of CADD for Building Construction4
AET A102Methods of Building Construction3
AET A123Codes and Standards3
AET A142Mechanical and Electrical Technology4
AET A231Structural Technology4
CM A163Building Construction Cost Estimating3
CM A201Construction Project Management I3
CM A202Project Planning and Scheduling3
CM A205Construction Safety3
CM A213Construction Civil Technology4
CM A263Civil Construction Cost Estimating3
CM A295Construction Management Internship3
or CM A495 Advanced Construction Management Internship
Total Credits59-61

May also be used to satisfy General Course Requirements.

A total of 66-67 credits is required for the degree.


1. Demonstrate effective communication, both orally and in writing.

2. Create construction project cost estimates. 

3. Create construction project schedules. 

4. Demonstrate the ability to use current technology related to the construction process.

5. Interpret construction documents (contracts, specifications, and drawings) used in managing a construction project.

6. Apply basic principles of construction accounting.

7. Use basic surveying techniques used in building layout.

8. Discuss basic principles of ethics in the construction industry.

9. Identify the fundamentals of contracts, codes, and regulations that govern a construction project.

10. Recognize basic construction methods, materials and equipment.

11. Recognize basic safety hazards on a construction site and standard prevention measures.

12. Recognize the basic principles of structural design.

13. Recognize the basic principles of mechanical, electrical and piping systems.