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Construction projects are highly complex and dynamic processes. Whether the project consists of building a single-family home or a large commercial building, each has many moving parts that need careful organization and attention to detail.
A construction project manager is a skilled professional responsible for conducting and implementing the planning, execution, and successful completion of construction projects, ensuring the coordination of resources, schedules, budgets, and team collaboration.
Introduction to Construction Project Management will give you a glimpse into the key tasks and responsibilities for a career in this booming industry. The course explores the fundamentals of the construction industry such as the role of project manager, contract types, safety policies, project delivery methods, and more.
With Colorado planning to add over 50,000 construction jobs within the next 5 years, now is the time to join this lucrative industry. After completing this course, you will be ready to continue to a degree in Construction Project Management and launch yourself into a new career.
Course is 8 weeks long, entirely online, and self-paced.
Receive a personal advising session with an industry leader.
You will enhance your resume with critical skills.
After taking the course, you can immediately enter the workforce or continue onto a degree through MSU Denver and increase your earning potential.
Pathway 1: Complete the Introduction to Construction Project Management course and immediately enter the workforce.
Pathway 2: Enhance your education and earn a bachelor’s degree in Construction Management at MSU Denver. The Introduction to Construction Project Management course can count toward the certificate’s required courses.
Introduction to Construction Project Management will discuss key components of the construction industry to show how and why construction management is needed. Students are introduced to the study of the full life-cycle concepts that describe the built environment from programming and design to operations and ultimately disposal.
A career in construction project management offers a promising future with opportunities to lead and shape diverse projects while contributing towards an environment’s growth and innovation with modern technologies during a modern industrial revolution (Industry 4.0).
The course is $395, with a $35 transaction fee per payment. There are no books to purchase.
Note: due to the course being self-paced, you can register up until March 1 and still complete the course by April 1.
Once you successfully complete the Construction Project Management online course, you can immediately enter the workforce with newly learned skills. You will receive a digital badge embedded with the competencies learned. You can include this badge on your resume, LinkedIn page, portfolio, or share it with an employer. Students will also receive a certificate of completion.
Students can also convert the course to three credits and continue to an MSU Denver certificate or degree. See FAQs for more information.
With a rich history dating back to 1998, Anthony Oyewole is your seasoned guide through the world of construction project management. His extensive portfolio includes schools, hospitals, hotels, and even arenas. Having overseen projects across ten states and abroad, valued at up to a billion dollars, Anthony brings unparalleled expertise in the realm of construction project management. He has done work in ten states as well as abroad building projects that range in value up to one billion dollars. In 2020 he received his Master of Science in Construction Management from the University of Texas at El Paso and currently serves on two advisory boards for MSU Denver.
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