Construction Supervisor (CNTS.S.STC)
- Division: Science, Mathematics and Engineering
- Department: Construction Management Technology
This program is designed for experienced craftspeople of the construction industry to improve their supervisory and leadership skills. Students will receive training to help them understand the building construction industry from a management perspective, including an understanding of building materials and components, the financial aspects of building construction and the management skills necessary to deal with the diverse population of the industry. Heavy emphasis will be placed on safety. Upon completing this program, craftspeople will be qualified to move into management positions in the construction industry.
CAT 1111 Mechanical Systems Print Reading 1 Credit CAT 1141 Reading Architectural Drawings 2 Credits CAT 1161 Introduction to the Built Environment 3 Credits CAT 1201 Construction Methods & Materials 3 Credits CAT 1211 Construction Materials Testing 2 Credits CAT 1401 Construction Cost Estimating 3 Credits CAT 2401 Construction Project Management 3 Credits CAT 2411 Architectural Practice, Codes & Laws 3 Credits CAT 2431 OSHA Construction Standards 2 Credits COM 2206 Interpersonal Communication 3 Credits