Scott Nawrozki, Instructor
Construction Management I, II, III & IV
Construction Management Accounting
Construction Management CWE
Construction Management V & VI
Capstone Work Experience
Construction Management Ext.
Students in the construction Management program acquire the necessary skills and practical experience to be successful in a career in the construction industry. construction management skills include accounting and leadership. An emphasis on carpentry skills includes training in commercial and residential framing, flooring and roofing systems, and other basic and advanced carpentry skills. Students will also learn basic electrical wiring, blueprint reading and estimating skills. A school-to-work component may be available in the senior year. students who successfully complete the program are eligible for advanced placement in first year apprenticeship in the Associated Builders and Contractors' (ABC) Apprentice Program. They may also be eligible for advanced placement and/or testing opportunities through other union or non-union apprenticeship programs and National Craft Assessment and Certification (NCCER). Upon graduation students can enter employment, complete journeyperson apprenticeship, and/or earn a degree at a two or four year college. Long-term opportunities may include management positions of foreman, job superintendent, project manager, or owner-operator of a business.
**Articulated college credit may be arned from the Community College of Baltimore County.
**Students may earn a minimum of four MSDE Career & Technology (CTE) credits for graduation.
**Applications are accepted for grades 9 and 10.
Transportation will be provided for students who are zoned for the Northwest and Southwest areas.
Please contact the Magnet Coordinator should you have any questions concerning the application process.