Construction Management AS Degree (employment preparation)

The Associate of Science in Construction Management degree is intended to prepare students with a broad overview of construction, various related courses and local general education requirements to utilize in gaining employment in construction or any of the related fields in the building industry where they may be involved with the scheduling, estimating and construction of various projects. Individuals completing this degree may also choose to continue their education toward a baccalaureate, or advanced degree in Construction Management or related majors.

Required CoursesUnits
ARCH 001Intro to Architectural Professions3
ARCH 002Materials of Construction4
ARCH 003AArchitectural Practice I3
ARCH 011Architectural Blueprint Reading3
BIT 010California Building Codes4
BIT 026Building II & Fire Codes3
CM 001Introduction to Construction Management2
CM 002Intro to Urban Planning3
DRA 002AutoCAD4
Select 11 units from the following:11
Architectural Practice II
California Mechanical Codes
California Plumbing Codes
California Electrical Codes
Site & Terrain Analysis
Construction Law Survey
Construction Planning
Required Subtotal29
Elective Subtotal11
COD General Education Pattern18
Kinesiology Activities2