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School of Applied Technology and Technical Specialties

Construction Management

What Is The Construction Management Program At SLCC?

Students receive actual hands-on and theoretical training in erecting footings, foundations, concrete, framing carpentry, finish carpentry, cabinet making, construction management and more. Workplace skills such as human relations, written and oral communications, critical thinking and teamwork are also addressed. You will learn marketable skills for quicker job advancement within the construction industry.

The Construction Management program has been tailored to give students a range of options and offers a variety of degree choices.

Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree

This program is dedicated to teaching sustainable construction methods that address the building and energy conservation demands of today. It is designed to provide students with a practical hands-on experience in the areas of construction, interior finishes and cabinet making, along with project management and business management courses. Upon completion students should be prepared to take the business law and contractors examinations for state licensure.

Associate of Science (AS) Degree

This program is designed to teach construction management and building methods that address the building and energy conservation demands of today. The program provides student with an in-depth educational experience misconstruction management coursework. It is a building block toward a BS degree in Construction Management or related fields.

Certificate of Completion

This program is dedicated to teaching sustainable construction methods that address the building and energy conservation demands of today. It is designed to provide students with a practical hands-on experience in the areas of construction, interior finishes, cabinet making and wood working. It is designed to be a building block toward the Construction Management and Sustainable Building AAS degree.


Occupations in this area:

For state and national occupation information, visit O*Net and enter the following code(s):

  • 11.9021.00 Construction Managers
  • 47-1011.00 First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers
  • 47.2031.01 Construction Carpenters
  • 13.1051.00 Cost Estimators
  • 47.4099.00 Construction and Related Workers, All Other

* The U.S. Education Department now requires institutions to provide Gainful Employment information to prospective students that provide consumer information on program costs, student debt and completion. The above Career & Program information will provide a comparison between similar programs at different institutions

Contact us

For more information about this program, please contact us at SATTS@slcc.edu