Construction Technology: Management - A.A.S.
This program prepares students for careers in construction by blending hands-on construction skills with project planning, management and accomplishment skills. Students are also exposed to accounting, bidding, drafting, and business organization and management. Graduates with the Construction Technology: Management, AAS (Associate of Applied Science) degree have the option of completing a four-year degree with two more years of study; Industrial Technology Management (B. Tech.) is one possible track.
Construction Technology: Management is a good choice for students interested in a career that involves both the business and technical elements of construction.
Employment statistics are from the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2014-2024 Occupational Outlook Handbook.
Students in this Major:
- Learn fundamental construction techniques via hands-on experience.
- Conduct construction material analysis, (eg: steel, soils, concrete) using industry-standard equipment.
- Experience an educational experience that blends the fields of construction, business, and management.
- Develop computer software skills, project scheduling techniques, and construction methods utilized in the management of construction projects
- Construction Project Manager Assistant
- Project Planning and Scheduling
- Construction Equipment Salesperson
- Residential Contractor
- Commercial Contractor
- Purchasing Agent
- Code Enforcement Officer
- Insurance Adjustor
Recent Employers of SUNY Canton Graduates:
- Atlantic Testing Laboratories
- Barrett Paving Materials Inc.
- Northeast Construction Services
- C & S Companies
- Tuscarora Construction
- Jeffords Steel Inc.
- CIVES Steel
- Many local construction companies
- Career opportunities currently exist at all levels of the construction industry.
- Infrastructure rehabilitation should maintain the need for construction technicians and assistant project managers.
- SUNY Canton (B. Tech in Industrial Technology Management)
- SUNY Alfred (B.S., B.T. in Construction Management)
- Refer to the table of high school course prerequisites for admission.
- Students must be qualified to enter Applied College Mathematics (MATH101) or Intermediate Algebra (MATH 106)
Students who do not meet the recommended high school math prerequisites may still be admitted to the College, but completing the program may require more than two years.
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (Curriculum 1162)
Semester I Credits
|BSAD 100||Introduction to Business||3|
|CONS 112||Wood Structures||3|
|ENGL 101||Composition and the Spoken Word (GER 10)||3|
|FYEP 101||First Year Experience||1|
||MATH Elective1 (GER 1)||3|
|SOET 101||Introduction to Computer Usage for Technicians||1|
|SOET 116||Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting Design||2|
Semester II Credits
|CITA 109||Intermediate Spreadsheets||1|
|CONS 111||Commercial Structures||3|
|CONS 132||Construction Drafting||3|
|PHYS 115||Basic Physics (GER 2)||4|
Semester III Credits
|ACCT 104||Survey of Accounting||4|
|BSAD 201||Business Law I||3|
|CONS 101||Elementary Surveying||4|
|CONS 222||Construction Estimating||2|
|CONS 280||Civil Engineering Materials||3|
Semester IV Credits
|CONS 216||Soils in Construction||3|
|CONS 274||Construction Management||3|
|Business or Construction Elective2||3|
|Social Science Elective||3|
* Fulfills writing intensive requirement.
1 Students must enter program at MATH 101 or higher. At a minimum the student must complete MATH 135. If entering at MATH 101, students will complete MATH 101 and MATH 135. If entering at MATH 135 they will complete MATH 135 and a math elective of their choice. MATH 106 may be taken instead of MATH 101 and MATH 161 may be taken instead of MATH 135. A grade of C or better in MATH 101 (or MATH 106) is required to advance to MATH 135 (or MATH 161).
2 The technical elective should supplement the individual's ability to perform some phase of construction field/office work. These program electives can include: BSAD 200, BSAD 202, BSAD 215, BSAD 250, BSAD 301, BSAD 305, BSAD 310, BSAD 319, ACCT 102, ECON 101, ECON 103, SOET 250, ACHP 171, ACHP 103, ACHP 181, CONS 172, CONS 203, CONS 220, CONS 226, CONS 350, AUTO 104, MECH 103, MECH 121, MECH 128, MECH 220
ADDITIONAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Students must have completed a minimum of nine CONS credits at SUNY Canton. Student transfer records must be reviewed and approved by the program director.
Graduation Rate Trends*
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*Graduate rates are based on first-time, full-time, degree-seeking freshmen entering in fall and graduating within 150% of time.