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Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Certificate of Applied Science (CAS)

 

Few things in life are as satisfying as the feeling of creating something from nothing.  Graduates of City College's construction management program will learn how to take a residential construction project from a vacant lot to a beautiful home.  This hands-on program will train you in the basics of home construction, including framing, drywall, roofing and siding.  In addition to construction skills such as these, you will also take classes in the areas of accounting and small business entrepreneurship.  The combination of these two skill sets will allow you to more easily advance from the front lines of home construction into positions in management and project estimation.  It will also provide a strong foundation to allow you to stop punching the clock for others and eventually strike out on your own as a general contractor.  Let City College help launch you on your career in construction management!  

 

 

 

 

 

 

"" Career Opportunities

 

As a graduate of our sustainable energy program, you will find employment in a variety of settings, such as:

  • Carpenter
  • Estimator
  • Construction- related Business Owner
  • Construction Manager 
  • Construction Supplier

""Admission Requirements

 

ADMISSION TO CITY COLLEGE

  • First-time college students must have high school diplomas from an accredited high school, a GED/HiSET, or passed the MSUB Readiness Exam offered through our university.
  • Transfer students will need to submit records from all regionally accredited institutions.

"" Certification/Accreditation

 

Montana State University Billings is accredited by the Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).  

 

 

"" Pathways

CERTIFICATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE (CAS) Construction Management» »
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE (AAS) Construction Management

A student may exit this program after completing two semesters and receive a Certificate of Applied Science (CAS) in Construction Management. If you are looking to further develop your skills and increase your familiarity with project management, business communication and networking, and residential building codes, City College offers an Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS) Construction Management.

 

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE (AAS) Construction Management » »
BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE (BAS)

Students who earn an AAS degree and want to further their education and thus, career, are able to go on for a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree through MSU Billings. Students can focus on various thematic concentrations to earn the BAS degree.  Contact the MSU Billings Advising Center at 406-657-2240 for further details.

 

""Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 

Q: What are some of the skills covered in the program?
A:  Upon program completion, Students will learn:          

  • How to operate a variety of construction-related hand and power tools.
  • How to read blueprints and elevations, and build a structure from those plans.
  • How to perform site layout tasks.
  • How to understand State of Montana Independent Contractor Requirements.
  • How to identify and apply IRC Building Codes.
  • How to install doors, windows, interior and exterior trim, roofing, siding, and drywall.
  • The basic skills needed for construction-related small business ownership.

Q: Is this program hands-on?
A:  Yes! The majority of your time in the program is spent working hands-on in our construction lab or off-site projects. In addition, our program contains core construction classroom work to help build a strong foundation for how the industry works and some general education and business courses to help not only land your dream job, but to continue growing within your field. 

 

Q: Do I have to purchase my own tools?
A: It is recommended that students have a selection of basic carpentry tools for the Construction Management program.  However, most larger and more expensive tools will be provided by City College.  Please visit the Tool Room Website for more information on tool requirements.

 

Q: When can I start the program?
A:  The core construction classes begin in the fall semester of each year.  However, for a student looking to get a head start on the program, the general education courses and a limited number of management courses are available in the spring and summer.

 

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