This program is designed for students who want to work in some aspect of construction supervision as a foreman, project manager, carpenter foreman, lead carpenter and other positions with in the construction field.   Students will be able to print read, develop hands on carpentry skills, and develop accounting, supervision and management skills after completion of the program.   The program uses National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum which delivers standardized training and credentialing for the industry.

Associate Degree
Program Length 60 Credit Hours
Education Requirements High School graduate or GED recipient; Minimum age: 16
Entrance Dates Every Semester
Offered Macon Campus

Construction Management Curriculum

Credit Hours

General Education Core Courses 15
Area I - Language Arts/Communication  
ENGL 1101 Composition and Rhetoric 3
Area II - Social/Behavioral Sciences  
XXXX xxxx Social/Behavioral Sciences Elective
Area III - Natural Sciences/Mathematics  
Choose one of the following:  
MATH 1103 Quantitative Skills and Reasoning
MATH 1101 Mathematical Modeling 3
MATH 1111 College Algebra 3
Area IV - Humanities/Fine Arts  
XXXX xxxx Humanities/Fine Arts Elective
Program-Specific Requirement  
XXXX xxxx General Education Core Elective (Areas I - IV)
Occupational Courses 22
COFC 1080 Construction Trades Core 4
CARP 1000 Fundamental Carpentry Skills 4
CARP 1015 Structural Framing 5
CARP 1025 Intermediate Carpentry Techniques 4
CARP 1035 IAdvanced Carpentry Procedures 5
Residential Specialization (8R23) 23
CARP 1055 Advanced Residential Carpentry 5
CMTT 2010 Residential Estimating Review 3
CMTT 2020 Construction Drafting I 3
DFTG 1101 CAD Fundamentals (4)
CMTT 2050 Residential Code Review 3
CMTT 2130 Computerized Construction Scheduling 3
ACCT 2140 Legal Environment of Business 3
CMTT 2170 Construction Contracting (3)
XXXX xxxx Occupationally-Related Elective 3
Total Minimum Hours