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Certificate in Construction Management

Centennial College
1 year
Full time
Diploma / certificate
Toronto
English
Fall, Winter
25,933 CAD

Program description

Construction ManagementConstruction Management Graduate Certificate

The key to success in the construction industry is a Construction Management Graduate Certificate from Centennial College. Construction management covers management and technological aspects of residential, industrial, commercial, engineering and infrastructure, and construction and institutional construction projects.

The Construction Management program provides skills in ethical issues, legal concerns, and environmentally sustainable projects to give you a complete degree in construction and project management.

The program provides additional project skills regarding, information on protecting the environment, international sustainable strategies, green building and comparing international business codes.

Courses taken with the Construction Management program include Ethics in Construction, Monitory for Quality Control & Safety, Human Resource Management and Sustainable Practices.

This degree can be useful in the following areas:

  • Investments in housing for Canadians
  • Renovation and retrofit of social housing
  • First Nations housing
  • Housing for low-income seniors and persons with disabilities

The construction building industry is a key sector in Canada’s economy. Currently, the Canadian government, at all levels, is establishing funding initiatives to encourage growth and restore confidence in the economy. These programs are intended to stimulate housing construction and build infrastructure. Recent housing related funding announcements, will allow you to work in a range of areas include:

  • Investments in housing for Canadians
  • Renovation and retrofit of social housing
  • First Nations housing
  • Northern housing
  • Housing for low-income seniors and persons with disabilities
  • Helping municipalities build stronger communities

Admission requirements

Admissions requirements to the Construction Management program:

  • A university or college degree in architectural, engineering, or construction related equivalent
  • Proof of English proficiency
  • Transcript and resume

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Tuition fees

Tuition for Construction Management for the program:

Nationals: $3,978 for the program (CAN)

Internationals: $11,400 (CAN) for two semesters

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About this institute

Centennial College

Centennial College is Ontario’s first public college with five campuses in Toronto, Canada. Centennial offers high quality Canadian Education that is hands on and employment focused. Programs at Centennial promote experiential learning with laboratory instruction, co-op education and industry placements.  Centennial...


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Contact info

Centennial College

755 Morningside Ave
M1K 5E9 Toronto, Ontario
Canada

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