Construction Management instructor with student

Construction Management

Certificate Continuing Ed Technical Degree

Do you have a passion for building and a take-charge attitude? Consider an exciting career in construction management technology. Our programs will teach you how to develop and organize construction projects from beginning to end and prepare you for a job in the field.

Program at a Glance

Career Opportunities

After you complete your program, you can pursue several related careers, including:

  • Project manager
  • Superintendent
  • Estimator
  • Assistant project manager
  • Assistant superintendent
  • Project engineer
  • Field engineer
  • Safety engineer

Earning Potential

Construction manager: $99,661

For more salary information, check out Texas Wages.

Locations

DEGREES & CERTIFICATES

Construction Management 4-Sector Specialty, AAS

Technical Degree
The Associate of Applied Science degree prepares you for an entry-level career. Learn how to conceptually develop and organize a construction project, including pricing and procurement, scheduling and overseeing its organization, estimating, and implementation of the project. This program will prepare you for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) certification exam.
Length 2 Years
If you're studying full-time, you can complete the 60 credits for this program in four terms.

Construction Management 4-Sector, Certificate of Technology

Certificate
The Certificate of Technology prepares you for the degree program, an entry-level career, or advancement in your current career. Learn how to work in the fields of commercial, residential, industrial, and infrastructure construction management. This program allows you to earn the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 30-hour certificate.
Length 1.5 Years
If you're studying full-time, you can complete the 36 credits for this certificate in three terms.

Construction Management Technology AAS

Technical Degree
The Associate of Applied Science degree prepares you for an entry-level career. Learn how to conceptually develop and organize a construction project, including pricing and procurement, scheduling and overseeing of its organization, estimating, and implementation of the project. This program will prepare you for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) certification exam.
Length 2 Years
If you're studying full-time, you can complete the 60 credits for this program in four terms.

Construction Management, Certificate of Technology

Certificate
The Certificate of Technology prepares you for the degree program, an entry-level career, or advancement in your current career. Learn how to conceptually develop and organize a construction project, including pricing and procurement, scheduling and overseeing its organization, estimating, and implementation of the project. This program will prepare you for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) certification exam.
Length 1.5 Years
If you're studying full-time, you can complete the 36 credits for this certificate in three terms.

Construction, Continuing Education Courses

Continuing Ed
Has your passion for building legos turned into a passion for constructing buildings? Try out our continuing education construction program! With more than 20 courses following the National Center for Construction Education Research Foundation's standards, you will leave San Jac equipped with the tools to make a dent in the ever-growing construction industry.
Length Varies
The Continuing Education Division at San Jac offers you a variety of noncredit courses for workforce training and lifelong learning.

Industrial Project Management AAS

Technical Degree
The Associate of Applied Science degree prepares you for an entry-level career. Learn how to work in the field of industrial projects and construction management. This program allows you to earn the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 30-hour certificate.
Length 2 Years
If you're studying full-time, you can complete the 60 credits for this program in four terms.

Industrial Project Management, Certificate of Technology

Certificate
The Certificate of Technology prepares you for the degree program, an entry-level career, or advancement in your current career. Learn how to work in the field of industrial project and construction management. This program allows you to earn the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 30-hour certificate.
Length 1.5 Years
If you're studying full-time, you can complete the 36 credits for this certificate in three terms.
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Prepare for Success

Jon Greene
At San Jacinto College, we provide students a bigger picture of what the construction industry is—including trades that do the labor, like welding and electrical, to the trades that manage the labor like construction management. It’s my job to teach the construction managers the hard and soft skills they need to be successful from day one in the management team.”
Jon Greene
Professor of Construction Management

Contact Us

Have questions? Reach out to program coordinators via phone or email and we’ll help make sure you’re choosing the right program for you. 
Durrell Dickens
Dept Chair, Industrial Tech
Phone
(281) 998-6150x7346