The commercial construction contract administrator certificate provides students with the essential skills required to work for developers, architects, and construction management firms as contract administrators or owner's representatives. Contract administrators review the work of contractors to verify contract compliance. Course lectures are designed to provide comprehensive insight into the architect's view of the construction process. Technical courses apply to the degree program in commercial construction management. (Program Length: 5 Semesters Minimum)
Entry-level construction contract administrator
CCMN 1000 Intro to Construction & Developmnt
CCMN 1020 Building Technologies & Methods
CCMN 1030 Construction Graphics
CCMN 1040 Construction Safety
CCMN 1060 Construction Estimating I
CCMN 2010 Construction Law
CCMN 1070 Construction Estimating II
CCMN 2020 Construction Scheduling
CCMN 2030 Construction Accounting & Fin Mgt
CCMN 2040 Construction Project Mgt.
36 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION
The First Year Experience course (FYES 1000) is required for students entering in this program with less than 30 semester hours of college credit.
The sample schedule above reflects starting the program in the fall semester and includes summer semester.