Building Construction Management (Associate in Science)
Our Associate's degree in Building Construction Management, will help you advance your career, and earn top dollar, in one of the fastest growing industries.
Learn by Doing
Hands-on, experiential learning opportunities will get you ready for a career designing, building, and preparing basic building and contract services. Learn the core principles of construction management, including scheduling, surveying, CAD, estimating, codes and contracts and more. Graduates of the program transition easily into Wentworth’s bachelor of science degree in building construction management or project management.
The Associate degree in Building Construction Management offers a number of important benefits, including:
- Evening courses that allow you to pursue your degree while still being able to work full time and meet your personal obligations.
- Available 100% online or on campus
- The ability to transfer up to 32 credits into the program from prior educational and professional experiences. Depending on the number of credits transferred, you can complete the degree in as little as three years.
- Faculty who have experience in the field as well as first-hand knowledge of the material
- Access to all of Wentworth’s resources and support services, including the library, academic advising and technical support.
Building Construction Managers in the World
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, working adults with an associate's degree earn 6% more than their counterparts with some college but no degree, and up to 18% more than working adults with a high school diploma and no college. And, they enjoy more job security and less unemployment than those with no college education. Our associate's degree in Building Construction Management will help you advance your career and earn top dollar in one of the fastest-growing industries.
- $72,892 average annual salary (Payscale)
- 476,700 construction management jobs, 2019 (US Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- 8% growth in construction management jobs 2019-2029 (US Bureau of Labor Statistics)