Earn a Construction Management Associate Degree at Aims
Are you interested in building systems, technology and design in the construction industry? Take that curiosity and start your career with a construction management associate degree from Aims. Construction management involves overseeing various aspects of a construction project, including coordinating and scheduling all phases, preparing and negotiating cost estimates and budgets, and managing subcontractors.
The Aims construction management degree program provides a hands-on, high-tech learning experience. Learn to use the latest equipment and technology in a state-of-the-art teaching facility located in the Aims Applied Technology and Trades Center on the Greeley campus. The construction management degree program works closely with the Aims computer aided drafting (CAD) program, focusing on building information modeling and information management.
Whether you’re a high school student who wants to earn dual college credit, an incoming freshman interested in a construction career or an industry pro looking to build new skills, the Aims construction management degree program can help you take that next step. Aims offers flexibility to fit your schedule with a combination of on-site and online instruction. Classes are guaranteed to transfer to a four-year university in Colorado, so you can earn the first two years of your bachelor’s degree at a fraction of the cost.
If you’re interested in hands-on work overseeing various building projects, earn your associate of applied science in construction management at Aims and start or advance your career in construction management.