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Construction Management

Construction Management

Construction Management is the perfect program for those who enjoy working with their hands and have an appreciation for beautiful craftsmanship. Students in this program learn all about the construction process while gaining practical skills used in residential and light-commercial construction projects. Upon completion of the Construction Management program at Snow College, you’ll be prepared for a wide variety of careers within the construction industry.

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Skills Taught

  • Effective oral and written communication
  • Effective teamwork
  • Business management
  • Understanding of materials, methods, and processes of the construction industry
  • Decision-making, critical thinking, exercising good judgement
  • Entry-level construction skills

Career Options for Graduates

  • Construction management
  • Building contractor
  • Cabinet and millworker
  • Carpenter
  • Subcontractor
  • Estimator
  • Architectural designer
Two Year

2 years (63 credits)

Associate of Applied Science

Tuition

Tuition

Reduced Tuition
Increased financial assistance

Tools

Tools

$100+ depending on quality purchased.

Books

Books

$500+/- depending which classes and taking advantage of publisher pricing options.

Fall Semester

Fall

Spring Semester

Spring

Students may start this program at the beginning of the fall or spring semesters (August or January)

Outlook Up

8% Growth

Job Outlook

Salary

$95,260

Annual Median Salary for Construction Managers

Location

Ephraim Campus

Ephraim Campus