In MCC's Construction Management program, you will learn to plan, direct, coordinate, and budget construction projects, including building residential, commercial, or industrial structures, roads, bridges, wastewater treatment plans, schools, and hospitals.
Construction managers may supervise a part or an entire project. They may also coordinate the selection, hiring, and oversight of specialty trade contractors.
Our program can help you become a construction supervisor or superintendent, project manager, or general construction manager. Our graduates also work in support roles such as office manager, project engineer, estimator, purchasing agent, project/contract administrator, safety director, or scheduler.
Visit the MoSCORES website for information on MCC's programs, including length, credit hours, and wage and employment data. Search Metropolitan Community College. Note: The historical data listed is informational and can vary based on the number of credit hours students earn, local wage conditions and other factors.
If you have already completed a federally approved apprenticeship you can earn a degree in as little as two semesters. Your apprenticeship may be worth 30-42 credit hours.
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The combination of broad-based skills and a degree are an indispensable career asset.
A degree gives you a better resume, more prestige and an edge for promotion. You can also transfer your associate degree credits to earn a Bachelor's degree in technology management at a four-year institution, such as University of Central Missouri, DeVry University or Missouri Western State University.
MCC also works with the Builders' Association to offer Construction Management training at their education facility on 12thAvenue.
Many MCC students plan to transfer. Whatever your transfer destination, we'll work to make sure your credits move easily. That's why we're experts at it.
We've worked out specific transfer agreements with many four-year colleges and universities, so make sure you speak with an academic advisor before enrolling, particularly since transfer agreements can change based on curriculum revisions.