Construction Management of Laborers

Program Summary

This is a restricted entry program. Students must first be accepted as an apprentice with the Illinois Laborers’ and Contractors’ Joint Apprenticeship and Training Program (ILCJATP). All LBR-prefix courses are taken with the union according to the apprenticeship cycle. All other courses are taken with SCC. SCC has an articulation agreement with SIU-C for the Bachelors in Technical Resource Management.

Interested students should seek advisement.

NOTE: The Business (BUS) courses are to be taken in this sequence for successful completion of this program. Students will take all of the LBR courses with the ILCJATP. Any 30 hours of that coursework will count toward the degree.

 

 Construction Management (CMT 2005) Program Guide

Courses

*Courses to select if you plan to transfer to SIU-C.

FIRST SEMESTER
12 weeks
Credit Hours
COM 111Business and Computer Systems4
ENG 124 or ENG 111Technical Communication or English Composition I3
TOTAL HOURS7
SECOND SEMESTER
12 weeks
BUS 112Leadership Principles2
BUS 210Principles of Management3
ENG 221 or *PSY 211Technical Communication II or Intro to Psychology3
TOTAL HOURS8
THIRD SEMESTER
12 weeks
BUS 232Supervision3
BUS 215 or *SOC 218Legal and Social Environment of Business or Cultural Diversity3
SPC 210 or *SPC 111Interpersonal Communication or Speech 3
TOTAL HOURS9
FOURTH SEMESTER
12 weeks
BUS 128Introduction to Management3
BUS 197Construction Management for Laborers Internship5
TOTAL HOURS8
ILCJATP courses (Select any combination of 30 credit hours)
LBR 140Craft Laborer Orientation3
LBR 141Construction Math3
LBR 142Mason Tending3
LBR 143GPS I3
LBR 144Asphalt Technology and Construction3
LBR 145Grade Checking System3
LBR 146Concrete Specialist 13
LBR 147Landscaping3
LBR 148Blueprint Reading3
LBR 240Asbestos and Lead Awareness3
LBR 242Principles of Pipe Laying3
LBR 244Concrete Specialist 23
LBR 246Bridge Construction, Renovation, and Demolition3
LBR 248Hazardous Waste Operations3

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Contacts

Admissions and Advising

618-634-3200
Toll Free 1-800-481-2242
admissions@shawneecc.edu

 

Dr. Greg Mason

Dean of Career & Technology Programs
618-634-3325
gregm@shawneecc.edu