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Construction Management Technology

Architecture and Construction career cluster

Quick Facts

  • Associate of Applied Science: 2-year program (60 semester credit hours)
  • Certificates:
    • Level I (19-25 semester credit hours)
    • Level 2 (43 semester credit hours)
    • Enhanced Skills (9 semester credit hours)
  • Occupational Skills Award: 10 semester credit hours
  • Full program is offered at: South Campus

Summary

Our program provides a foundation upon which you can build a career in the construction field.

We're Strengthening Our Program!

Read about the 2017 National Housing Endowment grant awarded to our program.

We Go Beyond the Classroom

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

Our Approach

Program Outcomes, Objectives & Assessment

2016 Graduate Survey Results

Entered the workforce

  • Employers:
    • Construction or construction-related companies : 10
    • Facilities and government agencies: 2
  • Average annual salary: $53,788.58

Continued studies

  • Transferred to university: 2

Program Options

Degree

Certificates

Level 1

Level 2

Enhanced Skills

Occupational Skills Award

Accreditation

Our A.A.S. in Construction Management Technology is fully accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE), a leading global advocate of quality construction education programs.

ACCE is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) as the accrediting agency for North American and Australian baccalaureate and associate degree programs in construction, construction science, construction management and construction technology.

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Contact

South Campus

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

Jean Yanes, Career and Technical Education Advisor
STEC 1110A
817-515-4764
jean.yanes@tccd.edu

Career Coach: Employment Outlook

Updated September 25, 2017