The Construction Project Management Program is designed to equip and prepare those enrolled to apply for the position of a project manager in the construction field. Candidates will gain vast knowledge of the responsibilities and duties one must perform as a construction project manager, from effective communication skills, understanding of sustainability practices, awareness of workplace safety requirements, and how to successfully manage, schedule, and estimate budgets for all types of construction projects.
Upon successful completion of the Construction Project Management Certificate of Achievement, completers will be prepared for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associates exam, the first step towards becoming LEED Certified.
This is considered a Career and Technical Education (CTE) program which provides students with the skills required to safely and effectively be employed as project managers in both public and private settings.
A Certificate of Achievement is awarded upon completion of all required courses with a grade of C or better.
|CB01: Course Department Number||CB02: Course Title||Annual # Sections||Annual Enrollment Total||Annual # Sections||AnnualEnrollment Total|
|BLDG 212||Print Reading for Construction||1||35||0||N/A Not Offered|
|BLDG 213||Building Codes and Standards||1||49||1||44|
|BLDG 214||Materials & Methods of Construction: Sub-Grade to Roof||1||34||0||N/A Not Offered|
|BLDG 218||Inspection of Architectural Details||1||43||1||39|
|BLDG 219||Legal Factors of Construction Inspection||0||N/A Not Offered||0||N/A Not Offered|
|BLDG 220||Estimating for Building Construction||0||N/A Not Offered||0||N/A Not Offered|
1. Discuss the basic principles and concepts for simple project management task and will be prepared for employment as a trained project manager.
2. Communicate and collaborate effectively on a construction project through the creation of safety plans, change orders, writing RFI’s, cost estimates, project scheduling, and managing contract documentation.
3. Employing risk analysis, constructability, bidding, cost and quality control, contract management skills, and other required industry correspondence
4. Better prepared for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associates exam, the first step towards becoming LEED Certified.
|RequirementsCourse #||Course Name||Proposed Units|
|BLDG 212||Print Reading for Construction||3|
|BLDG 213||Building Codes and Standards||3|
|BLDG 214||Materials & Methods of Construction: Sub-Grade to Roof||3|
|BLDG 218||Inspection of Architectural Details||3|
|BLDG 219||Legal Factors of Construction Inspection||3|
|BLDG 220||Estimating for Building Construction||3|
(Y1 or S1)
|BLDG 212||Print Reading for Construction||3.0||S1|
|BLDG 213||Building Codes and Standards||3.0||S1|
|BLDG 214||Materials & Methods of Construction: Sub-Grade to Roof||3.0||S1|
|BLDG 218||Inspection of Architectural Details||3.0||S2|
|BLDG 219||Legal Factors of Construction Inspection||3.0||S2|
|BLDG 220||Estimating for Building Construction||3.0||S2|