Construction Management Technology

Career Coach buttonOur Construction Management Technology program provides a foundation upon which you can build a career in the construction field. We offer an Associate of Applied Science in construction management and four Certificates of Completion.

Employment Opportunities

The construction industry offers a wide variety of career opportunities. You can work at local, regional and national levels within the four sectors of the construction industry: residential, building, infrastructure and industrial.

Positive Outlook

The number of wage and salary jobs in the construction industry is expected to grow 19 percent through the year 2018, compared with the 11 percent projected for all industries combined (U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics).

Prepare Yourself

Our curriculum is designed to prepare you for to work in positions such as:

  • Foreman
  • Superintendent
  • Field engineer
  • Project manager
  • Project inspector

Recent Graduates

Summer 2013 Survey Results (7 respondents)


  • Construction or Construction Management Technology Firm: 6
  • Material and Equipment Supplier: 1          

Average Annual Salary: $ 49,038.57

We Go Beyond the Classroom

Our students participate in numerous volunteer projects and competitions: Construction Management Technology Students at Work (PDF will open in a new window)



South Campus
Orlando R. Bagcal, BSCE, MS, D.Tech, Coordinator & Assistant Professor
STEC 1317 A

Jean Yanes, Career and Technical Education Advisor
STEC 1110A



Updated February 19, 2015


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