Offered at Main and Centerville Campuses
Construction Management Technology is a seven-term (21-month) Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program. Students who complete the one-year Construction Technology diploma program at the Centerville campus can obtain their A.A.S. degree by completing an additional three terms (nine months) of coursework in general education and management on the Ottumwa or Centerville campuses or at any Indian Hills County Service Center. Students may enter this major at the beginning of any term upon completion of the Construction Technology program.
This program is designed to prepare students for management/supervisory positions in the building, manufacturing, and maintenance industries. The graduates of this program will be trained to plan, organize, direct, control and coordinate activities concerned with the construction/maintenance of structure facilities and related systems.
Students who have completed an apprenticeship program approved by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training and the Iowa Department of Education will be allowed to articulate up to 30 hours of college credit into the Construction Management Technology A.A.S. program. Students will need to complete an additional 30 hours of credit in general education and management courses to earn the A.A.S. degree. For more information, contact the Dean of the Centerville Campus at (800) 670-3641, ext. 2224.
To enroll, complete an application and attend any required academic orientation.