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2013-2014 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Construction Management Technology [2039] +

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Associate in Science Degree

(67 Credit Hours)

Program Director

Adrienne Gould-Choquette
941-752-5000, ext. 61417 Bradenton
941-408-1417 Venice

Program Goal:

This program is designed to prepare students for employment as construction project managers, project estimators, superintendents, schedulers and/or construction purchasing agents. The focus of the program is on providing students with broad transferrable skills, understanding and demonstration of the basic elements of construction management  with an environmentally conscientious, sustainable, “green” building perspective. Elements of construction management that are taught include planning; basic principles of business, management and finance; and the technical aspects of the construction industry, including materials and methods, reading blueprints, estimating quantities of materials, procuring materials, scheduling and working in a general construction environment.

Program Entrance Requirements

To be admitted to the Construction Management Technology Degree Program, a student must have:

  1. Achieved a level of mathematics proficiency that qualifies the student for entry into +MAC 1105  or higher, as demonstrated by the standard placement criteria currently in use at SCF; and
  2. Achieved a level of English and reading proficiency that qualifies the student for entry into ENC 1101  or higher, as demonstrated by the standard placement criteria currently in use at SCF.

General Academic Courses**

Total Credit Hours: 19

Total Credit Hours: 27


Remaining credits from:

BCN, BCT, EET, EGS, ETD, ETI, ETG, ETM, ETS, ISC, SUR,  ,   , or   (0-9 Credit Hours)

Total Credit Hours: 21


** A grade of “C” or better must be attained for all courses taken for this degree.

+ Effective Fall 2013, no new students are being accepted into an A.A.S. degree program. Students currently enrolled will have two years (Summer 2015) to complete the A.A.S. specific requirements of the program. The only difference of the A.A.S. from the A.S. curriculum for this particular program is that of one math course (


Articulated credit from a technical institute/secondary school may be applicable. Contact the SCF associate vice president of corporate and community development for more information.

Note: This degree articulates to SCF’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Energy Technology Management degree.

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