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  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Course Catalog

Industrial and Commercial Construction, Construction Management Specialty, A.A.S.


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Construction managers plan, direct and coordinate a wide variety of construction projects, including residential, commercial and industrial structures. Students learn various skills such as blueprint reading, estimating and scheduling. They also become familiar with current construction methods and materials, project manuals, bid packages, contracts, delivery methods and OSHA regulations.
 
Brazosport College’s classes offer real-world training. Employers in our region are eager to hire our graduates because of the solid, well-rounded education BC provides.  Construction management graduates often work for construction management firms, engineering firms, architectural firms, contractors and large corporations who manage their own construction projects. Employment opportunities are excellent because the number of job openings continues to exceed the number of qualified candidates. Graduates typically work as project managers, superintendents, supervisors, project engineers, estimators, schedulers or general contractors.

Second Semester - 15 Credit Hours


Third Semester - 15 Credit Hours


Fourth Semester - 15 Credit Hours


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