Building Construction Management

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

The Building Construction Management program will prepare you for work in residential, commercial, industrial construction project management, construction contract management, and construction administration. Emphasis is placed on building a foundation in material science, concrete and soil technology, statics and strength of material science, codes, estimating and specifications, as well as surveying and building fabrication.

Mission Statement
The Building Construction Management program prepares students for managerial careers in the building construction industry. These careers may be in new construction, restoration, renovation, remodeling, additions or services in residential, commercial, institutional or industrial construction market areas with an emphasis on sustainability. Program options also prepare students for transfer opportunities.

Degrees:

Associate of Applied Science (60 credit hours = 5 semesters)

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Building Construction Management will give you the knowledge and skills for career entry or advancement in a current job. Associate of Applied Science degree programs are two-year programs that prepare students for careers, career changes and career advancement. Students who need to take longer to complete the degree because of job or family obligations can take the program over a longer period of time. AAS programs may also prepare students for transfer to four-year institutions. These programs offer education in recognized technical areas and specialties with emphasis on analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The program content, which is approximately 30% general education and 70% professional/technical, provides depth and breadth in conceptual and professional/technical skills. The general education courses equip students with the problem solving, communications, scientific and mathematical skills to compete successfully in the job market. Professional/technical courses equip students with the skills to obtain employment and to advance in the workforce.

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Electives

Your advisor will help you select electives for your program. Statewide electives, Transfer General Education Core (TGEC) electives, and Transfer Cluster electives vary by degree.

This course schedule is based on full-time attendance for students who have demonstrated college readiness. Please review our course schedules for full-time with college prep courses, part-time and part-time with college prep courses.

Associate of Science (60 credit hours = 5 semesters)

The Associate of Science degree prepares you for transfer to a university to pursue a baccalaureate degree. The Associate of Science degree in Building Construction Management transfers to several Indiana public and private colleges and universities.

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Transfer Options

To find out information about your transfer options to public and private universities, contact your academic advisor or the Transfer Office at your local Ivy Tech campus. You are also encouraged to contact the university in which you plan to transfer.

This course schedule is based on full-time attendance for students who have demonstrated college readiness. Please review our course schedules for full-time with college prep courses, part-time and part-time with college prep courses.

NOTE: The number of credits required for a degree or certificate is based on students who are program-ready and does not include College Prep courses. Availability of degrees and certificates varies by campus.

The Building Construction Management program is offered at the following Ivy Tech campuses:

Central Indiana (Indianapolis)
More information coming soon.
Northeast (Fort Wayne)
Contact:
James Brunson, Program Chair
260-480-4247
jbrunson3@ivytech.edu

Northwest (East Chicago)

Larry Gutierrez
lgutierr@ivytech.edu
Department Chair
Building Construction Management/Construction Technology
Northwest Region
219-392-3600 ext. 217

Building Construction Management Plan of Study
Southwest (Evansville)
Building Construction Program Summary

For more information, please contact Stephen Baim, LEED AP BD+C, Program Chair, at (812) 429-1478.

  • Hagerman Construction
  • Buescher Homes

  • Construction Manager
  • Construction Project Manager
  • Construction Safety Representative
  • Resident Project Representative
  • Construction Administrator
  • Construction Risk Manager
  • Construction Project Scheduler
  • Construction Quality Manager
  • Construction Superintendent
  • Construction Field Engineer
  • Construction Estimator