College of the Extended University

Advanced Construction Management

Advanced Construction Management

Increase your marketability and salary; individuals in project management can earn up to 20% more than a construction manager. Moving into a Project Management career will result from growing technical skills, maturing interpersonal skills, communication, leadership, supervision, and management skills. This certificate, along with the skills learned in the Construction Management Certificate Program, will help you move into the next phase of your career.

Effective Winter Quarter 2017, fees for the Advanced Construction Management courses will be set at $425 per course. 

1. Who Should Enroll?

  • Anyone with responsibility for construction, building, design, and renovation projects
  • Contractors, sub-contractors, architects, engineers, and facility managers
  • Construction managers who would like to become project engineers or project managers

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2. Prerequisites

Construction Management Certificate or equivalent

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3. Instructor

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Bruyn Bevans

We are proud to introduce, the CEU’s Construction and Building instructor, Bruyn Bevans. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Bevans is a valuable instructor for the CEU’s building and construction management program. 

He is the Sr. Project Manager for Cal Poly Pomona's Facilities Design & Construction Dept. and has been teaching for Cal Poly Pomona for over ten years. He is the Program Coordinator for the two certificates and has been instrumental in working with other instructors to ensure that the courses are up-to-date and useful for our students

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4. Expected Outcomes and Learning Objectives

Project Engineer for Construction Management

  • Understand and describe the function of standard documents and procedures utilized to manage the daily operations of a commercial, institutional, or industrial construction project.

Assistant Project Manager for Construction Management

  • Describe the standard forms and construction management tools utilized for the management of project
  • Describe and prepare a subcontract scoping documents and contracts within the company’s guidelines and standards
  • Describe, Interpret, and direct the use, process, and obligations of various requirements listed within the Division 1 Sections of a typical construction project

Certified Assistant Project Manager (Elective)

  • Understand project management terminology and the process of effective practices
  • Gain the knowledge and skills to successfully guide projects in their unique organization.

Understanding Building & Accessibility Codes (Elective)

  • Review and understand the building and accessibility codes that are used in design and construction to ensure the health and safety of the public

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Course Offerings:

Required Courses:

Project Engineer for Construction Management

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Course Code Hours Fees Fall Winter Spring Summer
ACM130 25 $425.00    
Assistant Project Manager for Construction Management
Register Course Code Hours Fees Fall Winter Spring Summer
ACM150 25 $425.00      

One Elective from the Following Two Courses:

Understanding Building and Accessibility Code
Register Course Code Hours Fees Fall Winter Spring Summer
ACM140 25 $425  
Introduction to Project Management (CAPM)
Register Course Code Hours Fees Fall Winter Spring Summer
PMP100 28 $950