Engineering/Manufacturing and Industrial Technology
Auburn Hills Campus
The Construction Management Certificate Program is designed for men and women employed by general contractors, construction managers, design-build contractors, specialty contractors/vendors and supporting services in all industry sectors. The focus is to enhance and further develop a better interpretation of industry terminology, building materials and systems, construction surveying, construction safety, interpretation of construction drawings, management techniques, administration, and project estimating. The certificate option may also complement related OCC programs in Business Administration (BUS.ABA), Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technician Option (HVA.HVT.AAS), Technical Apprentice / Skilled Trades (IND.AAS) (IND.CT), Interior Design (INT.AAS), and Business Management Option (MGT.BUS.AAS).
Through cooperation and guidance of the construction industry, the program remains current with industry technology, standards and guidelines. Completion of this certificate may lead to promotions and further potential employment in construction or related fields. A student may also choose to further his or her education by completing the Construction Management Associate degree (CMN.AAS) and take advantage of several articulation agreements with other colleges and universities.
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|CMN 1100||Introduction to Construction Management||3|
|CMN 1200||Construction Building Systems and Materials||3|
|CMN 1250||Construction Applications||3|
|CMN 1300||Construction Surveying||3|
|CMN 1400||Construction Safety||3|
|CMN 1500||Construction Drawings||3|
|CMN 1700||Quantitative Analysis of Construction Drawings||3|
|CMN 2100||Construction Contracts and Administration||3|
|CMN 2300||Construction Law||3|
|CMN 2400||Construction Planning and Scheduling||3|
|CMN 2500||Construction Estimating and Bidding Techniques||3|
|Total Credit Hours||33|
A minimum cumulative 2.00 grade point average (GPA) overall is required for graduation.