Building Construction Management, A.S.
The Building Construction Management, A.S. degree is dedicated to teach students skills that will prepare them for a career in the construction industry as foreman, superintendent, assistant superintendent, assistant project manager, estimator, building inspector, or expeditor.
Overview / Requirements
Program Overview & Requirements
To prepare students for a career in the construction industry as foreman, superintendent, assistant superintendent, assistant project manager, estimator, building inspector, or expeditor.
60 credit hours
Business, Industry and Technology
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- BCN1001 Applied Math Concepts for Design and Construction 3 credit hour(s)
- BCN1040 Introduction to Sustainable/Green Building Principles 3 credit hour(s)
- BCN2230 Construction Materials and Methods 3 credit hour(s)
- BCN2241 Construction Operations 3 credit hour(s)
- BCN2405 Statics and Strength of Materials 3 credit hour(s)
- BCN2704 Construction Contracts, Codes, Laws and Safety 3 credit hour(s)
- BCT2705 Construction Management 3 credit hour(s)
- BCT2770 Construction Estimating 1 3 credit hour(s)
- CGS1060 Computer and Internet Literacy 3 credit hour(s) *
- EGN1111C Engineering Graphics 3 credit hour(s)
- EGS1002 Introduction to Engineering Technology 3 credit hour(s)
- ETD1320 Introduction to CAD 3 credit hour(s)
- ETI1701 Industrial Safety 3 credit hour(s)
- SUR2100C Fundamentals of Land Surveying 3 credit hour(s)
- MAN2021 Introduction to Management 3 credit hour(s)
- IDS2941 Technology and Professional Programs Internship 3 credit hour(s)
* Exemption exam available: see www.tcc.fl.edu/tpp.
- Meet with the Advising Center & declare a meta-major
- Attend events during First Year Experience Week
- Check on the Course Requirements
- Club participation can boost your GPA! Consider joining these:
- Aspiring entrepreneurs should check out SPARK
Having trouble with English, math, or other courses?
Looking for a faster option to get into the workforce?
Consider one of these certificates:
- Building Construction Specialist Certificate (18 credit hours)
- Pneumatics, Hydraulics and Motors for Manufacturing Certificate (12 credit hours)
- Applied Welding Technologies, PSAV Certificate (900 clock hours)
By 30 credit hours
By 45 credit hours (75% completion)
- Complete graduation check workshop online.
(You will receive an email notification when you are eligible.)
- Review your degree audit in TCC EagleNet