Construction Management

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The Associate of Applied Science in Construction Management is designed to give students the knowledge and skills to work in construction management. Students learn the role and responsibilities of project management, including technical skills and phases in a construction project. Students are provided with an overview of the site layout trade and related tasks.

 

 

 

 

Program Outcomes

• Students will employ job site safety management.
• Students will implement the phases of a construction project.
• Students will demonstrate use of mathematics.
• Students will demonstrate proficiency in communication.
• Students will demonstrate professionalism.

Learn How to:

• Process the phases of a construction project
• Manage the safety of job sites
• Create site layout and construction plans
• Apply technical and management skills
• Apply the roles and responsibilities of project management

Faculty

The Construction Management faculty are professionals who have been employed in private and public sectors of education and business. They continue to participate in professional development and scholarly activity to enhance their knowledge and to serve as role models for lifelong learning.

Paul Keating

Paul Keating
Tribal College Grant Director
701-766-1373
paul.keating@littlehoop.edu

 

Courses of Essential Studies

Course # Course Name Offered
Credits
ENGL 100 Student Success - New Student Orientation FA,SP
1
ENGL 105 Technical Communications or higher FA
3
ENGL 161 Dakota Language I FA,SP,SU
3
COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking FA,SP
3
DS 110 Dakota Thought, Philosophy, & Culture*** FA,SP,SU
3
  ND:FA or HUM  
3
  ND:SS or HIST  
3
CSCI 101 Introduction to Computers* FA,SP
3
MATH 102 Intermediate Algebra or higher** FA,SP,SU
3
  ND:LABSC  
4
HPER 101 Physical Education Activity FA,SP,SU
1
HPER 217 Personal & Community Health FA,SP
2
  TOTAL  
32
     
  *Must take one of these courses before you enroll in an Online Course  
  **Appropriate Placement Test.    
  ***Alternate Summer Rotation    

 

Core Classes

Course # Course Name Offered
Credits
CMT 101 Introduction to Construction Management FA,SP
2
CMT 102 Understanding Construction Drawings FA,SP
1
CMT 103 Construction Safety Management FA,SP
2
CMT 104 Site Layout and Construction SP
2
CMT 201 Construction Management I SU
3
CMT 202 Construction Management II SU
3
CMT 203 Construction Management III FA
3
  Program Electives (choose from below)  
15
  TOTAL  
31

 

Program Electives

Course # Course Name Offered
Credits
CAD129 Introduction to Auto CAD FA,SP
3
CMT 111 Manual Drafting FA,SP

3

HVAC 115 Blue Print Reading SU
2
HVAC 101 Core Curriculum SU
2
CARP 105 Core Curriculum FA,SP
4
CARP 133 Carpentry Level One (A) FA,SP
4
AM 101 3D Modeling for Advanced Manufacturing FA,SP
3
ACCT200 Elements of Accounting I FA,SP
3
BADM 202 Principles of Management FA 3
BOTE 247 Spreadsheet SP 3
     

 

Degree Program Total Credits.....63

 

Course Descriptions