Construction Management

Construction Managers fill a variety of roles within the construction project. They may be on the job site or in the office. Whatever their specific activity, they are actively engaged in managing the increasingly complex and technical process of construction. Entry level positions include assistant estimator, assistant project manager and site engineer. With additional education and experience.

This Construction Management associate's degree is appropriate if you plan to work in construction management firms or as office personnel for construction companies.


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High School Preparation



Entry Level with associate's degree: $32,850
Entry Level with  bachelor's degree: $42,900
Average with experience: $72,260
Senior Level: $136,670

From U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2005

Employment Possibilities:

Construction Manager
Field Engineer
Project Manager
Facilities Manager
Building Inspector
Property Assessor

Gainful Employment Information
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Contact Information

Jane Ostergaard, Coordinator
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1048, (630) 942-2331

Peter Deeman, Program Advisor    
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1047, (630) 942-2548

Monica Miller, Program Support Specialist
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1008, (630) 942-3074

Business and Technology Division
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1034, (630) 942-2592


  • Jorge Hernandez

    Jorge HernandezConstruction Management

    "I can't stress enough how much College of DuPage has impacted my young career. The atmosphere and student body have aided significantly in the transformation from high school to college. The teachers have been phenomenal, which is probably the best part of my COD experience. If not for the encouragement I received from the staff, I don't think I would be in the position where I am now. With the help of COD, I now know that time is the only thing keeping me from achieving my personal goals."

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  • Diane Kirk

    Diane KirkConstruction Management

    "Being a project manager in the construction industry, you're like a conductor of a symphony. You got your HVAC over here, your carpenters over there, your electricians, your plumbers. You've got to get all of these people working together as a cohesive team."

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