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Program Outcomes, Objectives & Assessment


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


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


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


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


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South Campus

Orlando R. Bagcal, BSCE, MS, D.Tech, Associate Professor & Coordinator
STEC 1317 A

Jean Yanes, Career and Technical Education Advisor
STEC 1110A


Updated July 18, 2017