Areas of Study

Our program offers four different certificates of completion in addition to an Associate in Applied Science in Construction Management.

Learn more: 2013-2014 Construction Management Technology Program Curriculum (PDF will open in a new window)

Start with a Certificate

If you are interested in earning an A.A.S., we encourage you to start by completing one of the certificates. All the courses taken for the certificate level (except Interior Design) are part of the A.A.S.

Also, completing the certificate will increase your chances of finding job in case you are not able to finish an A.A.S.

Certificate in Construction Inspection (18 Credits)

This certificate prepares you to become technician in the field. You are trained in the areas of:

  • Concrete technology
  • Soils and foundation
  • Surveying layout
  • Codes and inspection

After completing this certificate, you are prepared to work as a:

  • Field engineer
  • Laboratory technician
  • Quality assurance technician
  • Soil technician
  • Inspector

 

Certificate in Construction Technology (29 Credits)

This certificate focuses on hands-on skills in various construction trades. You are trained in construction technologies and are prepared to immediately join the workforce as a(n):

  • Foreman
  • Assistant superintendent
  • Superintendent
  • Field engineer

 

Certificate in Construction Management (29 Credits)

This certificate focuses on supervisory skills. You learn skills and knowledge needed by project engineers:

  • Estimating
  • Scheduling
  • Planning
  • Controlling of a construction project

After completing this certificate, you are prepared to work as a(n):

  • Assistant project manager
  • Project manager
  • Estimator
  • Scheduler

 

Certificate in Construction Interior Design (43 Credits)

This level two (2) certificate focuses on interior design. You learn skills in:

  • Space planning
  • Interior design
  • Color rendering
  • Construction management
  • Estimating

After completing this certificate, you are prepared to work as an interior designer for new construction or for remodeled structures.

 

Contact

South Campus
Orlando R. Bagcal, BSCE, MS, D.Tech, Coordinator & Assistant Professor
STEC 1317 A
817-515-4525
orlando.bagcal@tccd.edu

 

 

Updated June 03, 2014

 

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