Construction Management

Construction Managers build better foundations for industry. The ability to build new and rebuild current infrastructure gives program graduates a leg-up on the competition and an ability to change with the highs and lows of the national trending economy.


According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, job growth is expected to climb 17% during the next decade due to the level of new and rejuvenated projects. The U.S. Department of Labor cites average earnings for construction managers as more than $83K annually – two-thirds of managers are self-employed and wages are solely dependent on the amount of business the individual is able to generate.

The College’s department has incorporated the latest technology with green-building techniques, residential weatherization, and home energy audits. Completing the associate degree can lead to your Georgia State Contractor’s License.

The program is also part of the sustainable technology movement and is available for Learning Community opportunities with a number of blocked courses and dedicated tutors, ask for details.

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