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Program Outcomes, Objectives & Assessment

Mission

To prepare you for employment in the construction industry by providing the necessary knowledge, skills and field experience.

Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, you will be able to:

  • Confidently define and identify various construction materials and their specific utilization as well as to learn and explore emerging technologies in the construction industry
  • Perform calculations to prepare cost estimates and scheduling of various construction projects—both manually and with the use of computer software
  • Gain confidence in applying the principles of monitoring, controlling and managing the construction process
  • Apply proper judgment to solve different construction problems and situations through the application of the concept of law, ethical values, safety and regulation governing the construction industry
  • Integrate and apply the concept of sustainability to built-environment through design and construction practices

Objectives

The Construction Management Technology program is dedicated to:

  • Providing quality teaching, an effective learning environment, concepts, technical knowledge and skills necessary for an entry-level position as a construction professional through a higher degree of education
  • Providing an environment that promotes collaboration, teamwork, exploration and professional development for both faculty and students
  • Providing you the understanding of state-of-the-art techniques and tools through the use of computer-aided software in planning, scheduling, controlling and estimating
  • Emphasizing the need to engage in lifelong learning and professional development
  • Increasing your confidence and self-esteem through immersion in real-world laboratory activities and involvement in community services

Assessment

Program Assessment Review is part of our overall institutional assessment planning process. It is a critical self-study designed to systematically evaluate our program:

  • What it is doing
  • How well it is operating
  • How it can be strengthened

This process focuses on:

  • Assessing the true state of the program
  • Identifying our accomplishments
  • Identifying areas for improvement and recommending how to implement those improvements
  • Developing information to be used for improving of the program

Reports

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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

 

Updated July 18, 2017