The undergraduate certificates in Construction Management are designed to fill the training needs of industry leaders.
Developed at the request of two contractors' associations — the General Building Contractors Association and the Contractors Association of Eastern Pennsylvania — the certificates are suitable for those who have undergraduate degrees in other fields but wish to work in the construction industry along with those who are already employed in the industry but seek career advancement or updated training.
The 18-credit Construction Management certificates include the major-specific classes that can be applied to the B.S. in Construction Management or simply be used toward the standalone certificates.
Fundamentals of Construction Management - This certificate introduces students to the basic concepts of the construction industry. View curriculum and course descriptions.
Construction Science - This certificate focuses on introducing students to design concepts relating to heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems and the integration of these systems into the construction process. In addition, the certificate also covers the process of estimating as well as building codes involved in construction projects. View curriculum and course descriptions.
Construction Management Concepts - This certificate focuses on construction contracts, specifications, and practices with regard to business law and liability. The certificate also covers value engineering and construction planning, scheduling, network systems, as well as the communications required for project control and claims prevention. View curriculum and course descriptions.