Construction Management Technology

The Construction Management Technology department concentrates on developing individual skills for the construction industry in multiple areas of career opportunities. Sinclair offers one associate and two short-term technical certificates in construction.


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Associate of Applied Science
Construction Management Technology

The Construction Management Technology program helps students develop skills related to managing the construction process including project planning and organization, safety, cost estimating, plan reading, surveying, current construction methods, modern building materials and Building Information Modeling (BIM).

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Short-term Technical Certificate
Construction Supervisor

This program is designed for experienced craftspeople of the construction industry to improve their supervisory and leadership skills. Students will receive training to help them understand the building construction industry from a management perspective, including an understanding of building materials and components, the financial aspects of building construction and the management skills necessary to deal with the diverse population of the industry. Heavy emphasis will be placed on safety requirements. Upon completing this program, craftspeople will be qualified to move into management positions in the construction industry.

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Construction Technician

The purpose of this certificate is to develop knowledgeable construction workers with basic skills in construction. With a combination of classroom education, practical lab exercises and co-op internships, students will exit this certificate program with a solid introduction into carpentry, concrete finishing and residential electrical systems.

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Career Paths and Opportunities in Construction Technology Areas

Engineering Technician Career Paths: HVAC-R Engineering Technicians yearly salary $43,640/$20.98 an hour. Technicians work on heating, ventilation, cooling and refrigeration systems that control the temperature and air quality in buildings. Associate's Degree or Certificate

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