Associate in Science
Career/Technical (Major Code: 02881)
Designed to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge for employment within the construction industry. The construction manager is an integral member of the building team and requires a broad range of professional knowledge in the areas of construction methods and materials, building codes, cost analysis and control, construction scheduling, and consulting with the design professions during initial planning stages of a building program. Areas in which graduates of this program might work include general contracting, project management for developers, facilities management, and design-and-build architecture firms.
Program Student Learning Outcome Statement
- Demonstrate an ability to apply problem solving strategies and integrate technical knowledge.
|ACCT 101||PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I||4|
|ARCH 115||GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION FOR ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS||3|
|CI 90||CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT||3|
|ARCH 165||ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE I||3|
|ARCH 200||INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN||3|
|CI 60||BUILDING CODES I||3|
|ARCH 265||ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE II||3|
|CI 80||SOILS ENGINEERING||3|
|ARCH 266||ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE III||2|
|BUS 140||BUSINESS LAW/THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS||3|
|CI 65||BUILDING CODES II||3|
|ARCH 205||ADVANCED ARCHITECTURAL CAD||3|
|ARCH 222||ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS||2|
|CI 70||INSPECTION OF ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS AND STRUCTURAL INSPECTION||3|
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed.