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 2016-2026 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.
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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.