Construction Management Degree Requirements
Explore the classes that will teach you about building systems and construction technology to start or advance your career in construction management.
Study subjects including:
- Blueprint reading
- Construction materials and systems
- Soil mechanics
- Construction project management
- Legal requirements
- AutoDesk Revit architecture software
- Computer aided drafting (CAD) software
Core elective courses allow you to customize your learning experience. Choose two or more electives in subjects including:
- Job site layout and blueprint reading
- Electrical safety
- National Electrical Code
- Renewable energy and construction
You can also spend a semester doing an independent study engaging in intensive learning or conducting research on a particular aspect of construction management. An internship is another elective course option. Gain supervised work experience with a building construction project in the community under direct guidance from your instructor.
General education requirements round out your learning experience and reinforce the soft skills you’ll learn during degree requirement classes. Study employment strategies, written and oral communication, mathematics and physics.
If you’d like to continue your education by earning a bachelor’s degree, Aims has transfer agreements with Regis University and Franklin University that allow you to complete your four-year degree online after earning your associate degree at Aims.