Associate of Applied Science in Building and Construction
The Construction Management program’s mission is to create graduates that are knowledgeable, well rounded professionals capable of meeting the future needs of the construction industry. The program prepares students for professional leadership promotes lifelong learning. The curriculum stresses technical knowledge, business acumen, and an understanding of the strategic and diverse interests among project stakeholders. Competencies embedded in the curriculum support creative problem solving, emerging technologies, sustainable practices, and ethical principles. Formal education is linked to practical experience, creating alumni who are skilled planners and technically competent managers of construction projects from concept to completion.
Students who successfully complete the two year A.A.S. degree in Bulding and Construction and wish to continue their education, may apply for admission to the four year Bachelors of Professional Studies in Construction Management program with advanced standing. They may apply in their third or fourth semester.
Math Placement: All students must pass the on-line math placement exam prior to registering for MSCI-300 Calculus I. This test can be taken by logging on to MyPratt with your one-key and clicking on the LMS tab or by using the following link lms.pratt.edu/course/view.php?id=40387. You should see the course "Math Placement Exam," click on the course and follow the instructions.
Requirements for AAS in Building and Construction
- Semester 1
- Semester 2
- Semester 2 Core
Complete one of the following Social Science Global Electives.SS-203G Global History to 1800ORSS-204G Global History Since 1800ORSS-209G Introduction to AnthropologyORSS-218G Salvation from Despair: Spiritual Awakenings in the Ancient WorldORSS-220G Islam from Muhammad to the Great KhansORSS-246G Lines in the sand:Borders, Nation-State And the Modern International SystemORSS-249G Secret Activities of the CIA And the Modern International SystemORSS-261G Sexual Politics in Transnational PerspectiveORSS-278G Caribbean Music and Festivals: Shapers Of National and Global IdentitiesORSSWI-222G Making/Faking NatureORSSWI-234G Century of GenocidesORSSWI-241G Cities and GlobalizationORSSWI-242G Culture, Identity, Power: 1300-1800ORSSWI-245G The Empire Strikes Back
- Semester 3
- Semester 3 Core
Complete one of the following Social Science Thinking Electives.SS-201T Sustainable CoreORSS-247TP Revolution Now!:Students, Politics and ProtestORSSWI-210T General PsychologyORSSWI-224T Nomads and Settlers Nomads and SettlersORSSWI-233T Violence As PoliticsORSSWI-235T Education and SocietyORSSWI-237T Death & DyingORSSWI-240T Shaping the Contemporary CityORSSWI-250T The Ethics of ResearchORSSWI-255T Telling Tales: Narrative and Meaning in The HumanitiesORSSWI-262T Contemporary Theories of GenderORSSWI-276T Music,Creativity, and ConsumptionORSSWI-288T Animals:Ethics and RepresentationORSSWI-291T England Bloody England: Nation, Myth, IdentityORSSWI-228TP Introduction to Theory and CritiqueORSSWI-244TP Memphis to Ferguson: Rethinking Modern American History
- Semester 4