About this Program
In today’s fast-paced construction industry, demand is high for well-trained managers who can tackle complex projects and track all the moving parts. If you’re looking to rise in this dynamic field, our certificate program will give you a solid boost.
The program’s custom curriculum offers thorough coverage of all major aspects of the field. This includes specialized training in project planning, budgeting, scheduling, quality control, safety, contracts and staff development. Learn from experienced managers, analyze real case studies and then apply your knowledge by executing a project for your professional portfolio.
This program includes a regular standing and an advanced standing track. Those with regular standing start in summer quarter and take all six courses; those with advanced standing start in autumn quarter and take the last five courses.
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How to Become a Construction Project Manager DESIGNED FOR
Professionals with at least five years of experience in the commercial construction field. Those with less experience will need to complete an introductory quarter of coursework.
Barry L. Aaronson, an instructor in the construction management certificate program, discusses the skills that students gain from the program and how it can help propel their careers.
Play WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Principles and practices for planning and managing construction projects
Techniques for commercial cost estimating
Methods for developing a personal estimating manual
Accident prevention through construction safety techniques
EARN CREDIT TOWARD YOUR MASTER’S DEGREE PREREQUISITES
By completing this certificate program, you'll fulfill some of the prerequisites for the
UW Master of Science in Construction Management. Learn more about credit options. OUR ENROLLMENT COACHES ARE HERE TO HELP
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