Professional Certificate Program
Managing Construction Projects
Wentworth's managing construction projects certificate is designed for individuals who are interested in transitioning into a management-focused position in the construction industry. Students in this program build core competencies in: management theory, estimating, scheduling, control, contracts, and codes.
This program is conveniently formatted for adult learners, with fast-paced seven week courses that allow you to quickly gain career-enhancing skills. A certificate in managing construction projects will be awarded upon successful completion of the required five courses.
Students who successfully complete this certificate are eligible for eight (8) credits towards general electives in our bachelor's degree programs.
- Complete the Application online
- A current resume
- Official high school or GED transcript
- Official transcript(s) from any college(s) you have attended
- $50 application fee
Successful applicants for admission should
- Be at least 22 years of age
- Have a minimum of 3 years work experience
- Length: 7 weeks
- CEUs: 2.8
- Cost: $715
- Construction Management Theory
- Construction Estimating
- Construction Project Scheduling
- Construction Project Control
- Contracts and Codes
TCMC400 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT THEORY
Construction project management from conception to completion is covered. The course covers feasibility studies, site selection, planning, programming, design coordination and contracting procedures of actual construction. Emphasis is placed on contractor operations, project administration, job planning and subcontract coordination.
TCMC150 CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATING
The fundamentals of construction estimating are covered. Quantity surveys are made for various building components and prices determined for labor and materials using a current pricing handbook. Standard estimators forms are prepared Computer techniques and applications are also examined.
TCMC200 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SCHEDULING
Topics include project network planning, scheduling and cost control models. Computer applications to PERT and CPM will be explored and used by the student.
TCMC250 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT CONTROL
The study of information management for the effective project-control. The course will cover gathering of job information and the processing involved in measuring, evaluating and calculating job performance, and reporting the results. Modern day management information systems, practical accounting techniques and computer applications are explored.
TCMC100 CONTRACTS & CODES
A comprehensive study of construction contracts including conditions of agreement and modifications. Students analyze the Massachusetts State Building Code as it applies to buildings.