The construction industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, generating 20 percent of the gross domestic product. Our program will give you the knowledge and skills to excel in an interesting and challenging career.
Is This Program Right for Me?
To be successful in the Construction Management Technology field, you will need knowledge and skills in science, business and management; materials, methods, codes, and regulations; reading, writing and speaking; problem solving; and computer skills to work with building plans, develop estimates, manage costs, and set schedules.
Work environments range from permanent offices to job-site offices where you can be involved in the day-to-day construction of a project, using both theory and hands-on experience.
Program Objective and Accreditation
The objective of the Construction Management Technology program is to provide the highest quality construction education possible and maintain a strong commitment to serving students, the community and the construction industry.
The program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).
Projected growth for construction management careers is strong. A wide variety of jobs is available, including construction supervisor, cost estimator, construction manager, site superintendent, and project manager. Other jobs related to construction technology include insurance adjusting, construction safety, equipment leasing, and building materials sales. Annual mean wage in Central Missouri ranges from $57,080 to $89,270.
Data Sources – The website mynextmove.org, which is developed and maintained by the National Center for O*NET Development, under the sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration, and the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center (MERIC).
Students seeking a degree in construction management often find successful and rewarding careers in construction, manufacturing, industrial design, architecture, and more.
- This program is offered at the Sedalia and Lake of the Ozarks campuses.
Mid-America Lumbermens Association
SFCC has partnered with the Mid-America Lumbermens Association to provide online training to MLA members and their employees in Construction Technology. Below is a list of courses that are offered.
- Construction Materials Methods I (CNST 101)
- Construction Materials and Methods II (CNST 103)
- Construction Estimation (CNST 106)
- Construction Safety (CNST 162)
- Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting (CAD 111)
Each course is offered for college credit, but MLA members do not have to be involved in a degree program to take a class.
MLA members pay the lowest tuition rate available, and the admissions application fee is waived.
Ready to get started?
Download the admissions application for MLA members and return it via email to email@example.com.
Within three business days of receiving your application, you will receive an email from SFCC with information about how to access mySTAR (student portal) and your online class.
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