Construction Management Technology

Construction Management

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2 Year Associate In Applied Science Degree Or

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Coming Fall 2018 Obtain Your Certificate Online!

 

If you are looking for an adventure instead of just a job then you are in the right place!  This curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for exciting and rewarding careers in the construction management field. Such positions may include superintendent, assistant project manager, estimator, scheduler, safety manager, or foreman. Coursework includes construction materials and methods, business management, building science, green building, planning, scheduling, cost control, human relations, estimating, safety training and building codes.   Students will also gain proficiency in specific hands-on construction related skills such as carpentry, surveying, mechanical/electrical systems and materials testing.  In addition to learning basic computer skills, students will also learn how to operate cutting-edge computer-based software such as Autodesk Computer Aided Drafting, Revit Building Information Modeling, and Scheduling and Estimating software.    Graduates of our Associate in Applied Science Degree are also eligible to take part in our transfer agreements with select Universities in North Carolina!  Contact the CMT Department for more information.  This program is where graduates get jobs!  910-362-7658

Construction Management Technology

Associate in Applied Science Degree Requirements

I.  General Education Courses
Credit Hours
ENG 111 Expository Writing 3
Communications Elective 3
MAT 121 Algebra/Trigonometry I 3
Humanities/Fine Arts Elective 3
Social/Behavioral Sciences Elective 3
II.  Major Courses
BPR 130 Print Reading for Construction 3
BUS 240 Business Ethics or CMT 218 Human Relations 3
CIS 110 Introduction to Computers 3
CMT 112 Construction Management 1 6
CMT 120 Codes and Inspections 3
CMT 210 Construction Management Fundamentals 3
CMT 212 Total Safety Performance 3
CMT 214 Planning and Scheduling 3
CST 111 Construction 1 4
CST 112 Construction 2 4
CST 238 Weatherization 3
CST 241 Planning and Estimating 3
ARC 225 Architectural BIM 1 2
ARC 225A Architectural BIM 1 Lab 1
SST 140 Green Building & Design Concepts 3
66 Total

*Click here for course descriptions and prerequisites.

*Developmental courses in English and Math may be required for some students.  Contact the CMT department for more information.

*Some students may be eligible to test out of certain courses based on experience.  Contact the CMT department for more information.

Recommended Sequence of Classes for AAS Degree

Fall Semester I Fall Semester II
ENG 111 CMT 214
BPR 130 CMT 218 or BUS 240
CST 111 CST 241
SST 140 MAT 121
Spring Semester I Spring Semester II
CST 112 CMT 218
CMT 210 COM 110 or 120 or 231
CMT 212 CST 238
Hum./Fine Arts Elect Soc./Behav. Sc. Elect
Summer Semester   
ACC 120
ARC 225/225A
CIS 110
CMT 120

 * All General Education Courses and most CMT Major Courses are offered in other semesters.  Contact the CMT department for more information.

                        Online Project Management

                                       Certificate

 

 Course Requirements
 Credit
 Hours
BUS 240 Business Ethics 3
CMT 120 Codes and Inspections 3
CMT 210 Construction Management Fundamentals 3
CMT 218 Human Relations Issues 3
12 Total

                                           

          Construction Management Technology

                                    Certificate

 

Course Requirements
 Credit
  Hours
BPR 130 Print Reading for Construction 3
CMT 210 Construction Management Fundamentals 3
CMT 212 Total Safety Performance 3
CMT 214 Planning and Scheduling 3
CST 241 Planning and Estimating 3
15 Total

*Developmental courses in English and Math may be required for some students.  Contact the CMT department for more information.

 

 


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Important Dates for the Upcoming Semesters:

Fall Semester 2018

August 16 -Registration Ends and Deadline for dropping a class with 100% refund

August 17-Classes begin for Full and 1st Mini Sessions

August 20-Last Day to Add or Drop a Class

 

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Contact Information:

Construction Management

Program Director
Jonathan Begue
jbegue@cfcc.edu

910.362.7658