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Construction Management

Program Mission Statement

The mission of the Aims Construction Management program is to prepare students for successful careers as construction professionals by focusing on the professional and technical skills necessary to gain employment and advancement with the construction industry.

Program Learning Outcomes (Curriculum Maps)

A curriculum map is a graphical illustration of the relationship between a program’s courses and the program’s student learning outcomes. Curriculum maps at Aims Community College identify the program’s mission statement (red), program-learning goals (dark gray), and expected program student learning outcomes (light gray). In addition, Aims’ curriculum maps indicate where learning outcomes are introduced, reinforced, and mastered.

About

Construction management is about overseeing everything involved in a construction project, whether it's residential, commercial or industrial. You may be responsible for managing an entire project or just parts of it, including coordinating and scheduling all phases, plus managing subcontractors such as plumbers, electricians and more.

With the Building/Construction Site Management program at Aims, you’ll be prepared to enter the workforce in a wide range of technical occupations with the necessary skills and knowledge.

Potential Job Opportunities Include:

  • Project Management
  • General Contracting
  • On-site Superintendent
  • Estimating
  • Materials Testing
  • Owner or Architect’s Representative
  • Real Estate Development
  • Technical Sales
  • Financing
  • Scheduling

Earn your associate of applied science degree in two years and start your career right after graduation, or you can transfer to a four-year university. Or, choose a certificate and graduate after just two semesters.

Building Information Modeling

The Construction Management program works closely with the Aims Engineering Technology: Computer Aided Drafting program in the area of building information modeling and information management.

Essential Skills

Check out the essential skills guide, which lists commonly encountered qualities and skills typically necessary to be succeed in a particular program or area of interest.