Construction managers plan, direct and coordinate a wide variety of projects including residential and commercial structures, roads and bridges, and industrial plants. Construction managers are involved in a project from its initial design through its completion and play an important role in the selection and oversight of specialty trade subcontractors.
TMCC’s two-year Construction Management program prepares you for important management duties such as construction estimating, site supervision, project coordination and contract documents, as well as offers students a variety of stackable credentials and skill certificates.
What Will I Study?
Our construction management program offers you the opportunity to learn the basics of general construction knowledge, as well as train you in areas of leadership and supervision. This includes: evaluating construction project documents, understanding workplace safety requirements, and determining cost of materials for any given project.
Upon completion of our program, you will have a greater understanding of the construction field as it relates to residential, commercial, and heavy construction markets, as well as be able to utilize your education in order to efficiently schedule, organize, and supervise a variety of construction projects.
- Certificate of Achievement
- Skills Certificates
Supervisors in the realm of construction are extremely important, and as communities keep growing, the need for construction jobs stays in demand. Construction Management majors have quite a few career opportunities, including:
- Site Engineer
- Facilities Manager
- Building Surveyor
- Sustainability Consultant
- Industrial Construction Manager
- Residential Construction Manager
- Heavy Construction Manager