Construction Project Management
Program Code: (International) Length of Program: Two-Year Co-op Awarded Upon Completion: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Term 1 CON-1003 Construction Methods, Materials and Codes CON-1013 Construction Job Site Management I CON-1022 Basic Blueprint Reading and Drafting CON-1032 Human Resources Project Management CON-1053 Construction Estimation EPM-1113 Project Management: Overview and Context RCT-1102 Construction Safety Term 2 CON-2013 Construction Job Site Management II CON-2023 Advanced Blueprint Reading and Drafting CON-2033 Construction Contracts and Laws CON-2042 Introduction to Structural Systems CON-2063 Construction Economics and Financial Analysis RCT-3213 Computer Applications and Estimating CPP-1001 Co-op Preparation Academic Break Academic Break Term 3 CON-2124 Construction Project Management: Simulation EPM-1123 Initiating the Project EPM-1133 Identifying Project Requirements: Scope and Quality Management EPM-1163 Project Resource Planning: Time Resources Management EPM-1143 Project Resource Planning: Resources Management EPM-1173 Managing Project Uncertainty Risk & Procurement Management Term 4 CPL-1049 Work Term Full-Time* - OR - CPL-5559 Applied Project

Construction Management involves managing, estimating, and scheduling of residential, industrial, commercial and institutional construction projects. Talented managers know how to avoid costly delays, control a project’s scope and maximize resources and existing budgets.

The first two terms of the two-year Construction Project Management, Ontario College Graduate Certificate includes specific, practical education through a combination of management skills in construction with an emphasis on estimating, scheduling, procurement and cost control, combined with best practices in construction safety, quality management, legal documentation, and contracts. The third term curriculum concentrates on common skills necessary in project management. The final semester solidifies classroom learning through an applied project or co-operative education work term.

Graduates will also gain effective communication skills to work with all levels of personnel in the construction industry. These skills will help prepare them for more responsible jobs in the construction sector.

Admission Requirements

A college diploma, advanced diploma or university degree in a construction-related field such as architectural technology, construction engineering technology, civil engineering technology, civil engineering or architectural studies.

The admissions process is competitive and meeting the minimum academic requirements does not guarantee admission.

Employment Opportunities

Construction Project Managers specifically may find employment as:

For information about post-graduate work eligibility for international students, please review the Post-Graduate Work Permit Program information.

Tuition Fees

Please visit the international tuition fee section for individual program fees. For more information regarding tuition, please contact or 519-542-7751 ext 3018.