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Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology - Construction Management

Start Date: Fall and Spring Semester

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology’s Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology - Construction Management is a two-year degree program that prepares students to join the workforce in the growing construction industry. The robust AAS in Construction Management program is hands-on and career-focused. With an experiential approach and internship programs, it equips you with various practical skills you need to coordinate complex construction projects.

AAS in Construction Management Program Outcomes

The associate degree in Construction Technology - Construction Management program aims to cultivate effective managers who can oversee the full process of planning, designing, and delivery of construction projects. Through OSUIT’s Construction Management associate degree program, you learn to:

  • Create project safety plans, construction schedules, and estimate the project cost
  • Gain an understanding of materials, methods, and equipment used in construction projects
  • Evaluate construction documents for designing, planning, and controlling
  • Apply construction management principles and leadership skills to support decision making in a team environment
  • Communicate effectively with a broad range of stakeholders in a professional manner
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Why Choose OSUIT’s Associate Degree in Construction Technology - Construction Management?

Earn a Paycheck while Pursuing a Degree

OSUIT’s associate in construction management program emphasizes real-world experience. The program encourages students to learn by doing, and you are trained on the latest tools and technology in the industry today. With two eight-week internships as part of the program curriculum, you can earn a paycheck while obtaining hands-on experience.

Learn from Construction Management Experts

In the Construction Management program, students receive training from qualified instructors as well as advice from those in the industry. With profound experience in construction management, our faculty teaches current best practices and key skills you need to perform your day-to-day responsibilities in construction sites.

Save Big on Tuition

Aiming to make quality education accessible to students from diverse backgrounds, OSU Institute of Technology offers affordable tuition. At just $6,702 per trimester, OSUIT’s tuition for the AAS in Construction Technology - Construction Management program is about half the in-state tuition for most state universities.

Get Credit for Prior Learning

OSUIT’s Construction Management associate degree program is transfer-friendly. You can transfer your qualified credits or industry experience to accelerate your graduation and save thousands on tuition.

Afford Your Education with Financial Aid

Need more help with affording your education? OSUIT offers various federal and state-funded financial aid programs to students enrolled in the AAS in Construction Technology - Construction Management program, based on financial need and availability of funds. Explore your financial aid options.

Construction Management Program Curriculum

The AAS in Construction Technology - Construction Management program curriculum includes 63 credit hours of program requirements, 24 credit hours of general education, and 3 credit hours of interdepartmental requirements.

The curriculum is designed to help you acquire the technical and management skills necessary to launch your career in the construction industry. Two internship requirements are also included in the program curriculum for you to apply the knowledge and theories to real-world construction projects.

Construction Management Courses

  • Introduction to Construction
  • Field Engineering II
  • Estimating I
  • Field Engineering III
  • Soils in Construction
  • Project Scheduling
  • Construction Documents & Shop Drawing Review
  • Concrete Construction
  • Construction Management Capstone Experience
  • Principles of Construction Management
  • Estimating II
  • Wall & Roof Systems
  • Interior Finishes & Specialties
 

See the Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology - Construction Management course list.

Associate Degree in Construction Management Career Outlook

There are ample in-demand job opportunities in the field of construction with excellent salary potential. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage of construction managers is $97,180, and the employment in the field is projected to increase 8% through 2029.

An associate degree in Construction Management can prepare you to be an integral part of the team that manages the varying aspects of the construction site. Upon successful completion of the construction management program, you may start in entry-level management positions such as office engineer, project engineer, and field engineer. As your work experience grows, you can advance your career to an assistant project manager, project manager, or a job site assistant superintendent or superintendent in five to ten years.

Admission Requirements

If you are interested in applying to the Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology - Construction Management program, please submit the following documents:

  • Application for Admission
  • ACT or SAT test scores
  • Official high school transcript
  • Official college transcripts from every college attended (if applicable)

Learn more about OSUIT’s admission requirements.

Learn More about the Associate Degree in Construction Technology - Construction Management

Earn your associate degree in Construction Technology - Construction Management from Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology to pursue exciting careers in the construction industry. Nearly 100% of our graduates can find job placement within six months of graduation.

Apply today, or submit the request information form to learn more about the program. Want to talk to our enrollment advisors? Call 918-293-5150

About Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology

Founded in 1946, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is a recognized leader in applied technology education and is known for world-class teaching facilities, partnerships with industry and a nearly 100 percent career placement rate.

OSUIT programs of study are approved by the Board of Regents for Oklahoma State University and the A&M Colleges, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and the Oklahoma State Accrediting Agency. OSUIT, a public state-supported institution, has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission since 1975.