Bachelor of Science Construction Project Management
Free information session: Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Fall 2017 start: applications open on Oct. 19, 2016.
- Four-year baccalaureate degree
- Fall start
- Laptop-based program using SAIT-issued laptop
The Bachelor of Science in Construction Project Management provides graduates with structured management and leadership techniques, further providing the basis for broader management decisions as well as on-site leadership in construction operations. The program prepares you for leadership roles in the construction industry. It consists of a combination of core courses, specialty courses and general education courses.
As a Construction Project Manager you will ultimately be responsible for every aspect of a client's project including planning, scheduling, managing equipment and materials, budgeting, staff management, procurement, risk analysis, or a combination of any of these.
This degree program is four years in length, consisting of eight 15-week semesters.
This program accepts students into first semester in September.
Note: This program utilizes an e-Learning (SAIT issued laptop computer) instructional delivery method.
Graduates participate in construction project management, facilities management, and infrastructure development both locally and globally.
Graduates also pursue graduate-level credentials in the construction project management domain.
Numerous career paths exist for graduates of the BSc CPM. Some examples of typical entry level opportunities for graduates include the following:
Assistant Project Manager
Project Document Controller
Assistant Project Coordinator
Assistant Site Supervisor
Junior Contract Administrator
Assistant Facilities Manager
There are also opportunities for graduates of BSc CPM to pursue a variety of self-employment opportunities such as: consulting, general contracting, small businesses, or other entrepreneurial ventures.
Students entering with higher grades usually experience more success in SAIT's programs. There is a direct correlation between the time and energy invested in studies to the success achieved.
Note: Course difficulty levels are higher for a degree program than they are for a diploma program.