Students in the Construction Management Technology program study construction materials and methods, print reading, safety, scheduling, specifications and project management, as well as hands-on classes regarding construction methods, estimating, surveying, material testing and drafting.
- Type: A.A.S. degree
- Locations: Wahpeton
- Cluster: Architecture and Construction
- Green Technology Available
The Construction Management Technology program at NDSCS prepares students for a career in construction as, field engineer, project engineer, project manager, job site superintendent, construction estimator, scheduler, quality control, safety manager, and many other managerial positions whose duties and responsibilities ensure that construction projects are completed on time, within budget, to the desired quality, and done safely.
Students learn about construction methods and materials, print reading, construction safety, construction scheduling, construction documents and specifications, job site responsibilities, and project management. Hands-on classes cover construction methods, estimating, surveying, material testing, construction document management, unmanned aircraft systems.