Construction Management insures the timely, safe and cost-efficient execution of building projects. Construction managers use advanced software and an in-depth understanding of the construction process and related materials to optimize project efficiency and work in an office as well as outside, on the jobsite.
CNM Construction Management A.A.S. students acquire a range of skills related to construction project management, from estimating and scheduling to safety, construction surveying, and basic accounting priciples. Designed to be completed in 5 terms, the CM A.A.S. degree also incorporates a core of approved general education courses, making it appropriate for transfer to a 4-year program.
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The CM A.A.S. degree also incorporates a core of approved general education courses, making it appropriate for transfer to a 4-year program.
Many of the courses in this program are transferable and some may be applied to four-year degree programs at other institutions. CNM currently has transfer agreements with many colleges and universities in New Mexico and elsewhere.
This program is the only accredited Construction Management program in New Mexico, and is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE). Students are prepared for entry level positions as construction estimators and schedulers, and project engineers.
Minimum Credit Hours Required to Complete Degree: 64
* Recommended for transfer. This information is meant to serve as a general guide for students intending to major in Construction Management. Specific requirements for transfer will vary from school to school. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the four year transfer school to confirm specific admission and degree requirements.
Program Approved Electives
Business and Management Electives
Any ACCT course
Any ECON course (ECON 2200 or 2201 recommended for transfer)
Any BA, BUSA, ENTR, MGMT, MKTG and BLAW course (Except those required for the degree)