Construction Technology Management (AA Degree)

Degree Description

The Construction Technology degree is designed for transfer to the Construction Management bachelor's degree at Northern Arizona University. Students completing this degree will transfer 64 credits to NAU. This degree results in an AGEC-A, which is transferable to all Arizona public universities.

AGEC-A Requirements (35 credits)

All General Education coursework must be selected from approved AZ General Education Curriculum.

Course

Course Title

Hours

Composition (6 credits)

 

 

ENG 101

College Composition I

3

ENG 102

College Composition II

3

Mathematics (3 credits)

 

 

MAT 187 or higher.

Pre-Calculus

5

Arts/Humanities (6 credits)

 

 

Two courses from different disciplines.

 

6

Social/Behavioral Sciences (6 credits)

 

 

BUS 214

Legal, Ethical & Regulatory Issues in Business

3

ECN 204

Macroeconomics Principles

3

Physical/Biological Sciences (8 credits)

 

 

PHY 111

College Physics I

4

PHY 112

College Physics II

4

General Education Options (6 credits) 

 

 

CIS 120

Introduction to Computer Information Systems

3

SPC 100

Fundamentals of Speech Communication

3

Special Requirements

 

Must be met within the General Education requirements by a minimum of 2 courses.

Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry

"W"

Ethnic/Race/Gender Awareness

"E"

Contemporary Global/International Awareness or Historical Awareness

"C"

Degree Core Requirements (27 credits)

Course

Course Title

Hours

ACC 255

Principles of Financial Accounting

3

ACC 256

Principles of Managerial Accounting

3

CTM 120

Building the Human Environment

3

CTM 123

Building Construction Methods I

3

CTM 124

Building Construction Methods II

3

CTM 224

Concrete & Concrete Form Systems

3

CTM 253

Plane Surveying & Building Layout

3

ECN 205

Microeconomic Principles

3

MAT 160

Introduction to Statistics

3

Outcomes

The outcomes identified below define the knowledge and skill sets that graduates of this program will possess at the end of their program of study.

  • Gain fundamental knowledge of construction principles and methodology.

  • Recognize job-site hazards and apply the basic safety practices used in the construction trades.

  • Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge in construction drafting, design, and layout.

  • Possess the appropriate skills and knowledge to enter into and succeed in upper division courses leading to a construction management bachelor’s degree program.