Construction Management

Construction Management

Industry standards and workforce training needs drive the curriculum and build a promising future for students in the construction management program.


Curriculum that is responsive to the ever-changing needs of the industry and instructors with real-world experience are part of the relevancy demonstrated in the construction management program at JCCC.

Successful learning environment, by design

Our students prosper in environments designed for success. Because classes are limited to 18 students, professors and students get to know each other and collaborate nicely on large projects and in class discussions. Trending topics, such as computerized aided drafting (auto CAD) and building information modeling (BIM) are important concepts built into the curriculum.

Recent high school graduates, people already working in the industry and people who work in related fields but want to change careers describe students found in the JCCC construction management classrooms.

Practicing what they teach

Construction management faculty members have relevant four-year degrees in construction science, architecture or engineering. Additionally, they have extensive work experience in the field. They incorporate that experience into classroom presentations and discussions.

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Advisory Board

Faculty

Robert Dye
Associate Professor/Chair

Dan Eberle
Associate Professor

Susan Johnson
Professor

Gary Kannenberg
Adjunct Professor

Tiffany Moore
Adjunct Assistant Professor