Find Your Degree
onlineassociatesdegrees.net is an advertising-supported site. Featured or trusted partner programs and all school search, finder, or match results are for schools that compensate us. This compensation does not influence our school rankings, resource guides, or other editorially-independent information published on this site.

Top 10 Affordable Associate’s Degree in Construction Management Programs 2021

Most Affordable Programs
High Resolution Badge

Pursuing an associate’s degree in construction management is a great option for those who wish to enter the field quickly. Most programs can be completed in two years, and along with some work experience, can provide all the necessary credentials for managing various types of  jobs in the construction industry. 

Our list of the top 10 affordable construction management associate’s degrees began with a list of programs with a yearly tuition of under $8,000 (based on tuition reported to College Navigator). These programs were then ranked according to the quality of the program (based on graduation rate and student-to-teacher ratio).

Based on the results of this search, the top 10 affordable construction management associate’s degrees are:

  1. Renton Technical College
  2. Ogeechee Technical College
  3. Georgia Northwestern Technical College
  4. Lanier Technical College
  5. Casper College
  6. Indian Hills Community College
  7. Central Georgia Technical College
  8. Savannah Technical College
  9. Shoreline Community College
  10. Parkland College

Ranking the Cheapest Construction Management Associate’s Degree Programs

10. Parkland College

Champaign, Illinois
Associate’s Degree in Construction Management

Logo of Parkland College for our ranking of associate's in construction management

website

Parkland College’s AAS degree in construction management is an affordable program that can be completed in two years. The 63-credit curriculum includes 17 general education credits and 46 required program courses. The program prepares students to enter the construction industry in technical, managerial, and supervisory roles. Graduates will be prepared to work in residential and light commercial building construction, heavy commercial building construction, or civil construction.

Tuition: $7,797

9. Shoreline Community College

Shoreline, Washington
Associate in Construction Management, AA-DTA/MRP

 

Logo of Shoreline Community College for our ranking of associate's in construction management

website

Shoreline Community College offers an associate’s degree program in construction management designed specifically for transfer into a four-year program. This selective entry program works as an agreement between Washington state community colleges and universities to allow for easy transfer. The 90-credit program includes 20 general education credits, 45 distribution requirements, and 25 credits of general electives.

Tuition: $7,725

8. Savannah Technical College

Savannah, Georgia

Associate’s Degree in Construction Management

Logo of Savannah Technical College for our ranking of associate's in construction management

website

At Savannah Technical College, students can earn a very affordable AAS degree in construction management. The 64-credit program can be completed in four terms and prepares students for a career in any aspect of construction supervision. The program combines basic carpentry skills such as laying foundations, framing and roofing with essential management skills like accounting and code reviews.

Tuition: $4,482

7. Central Georgia Technical College

Warner Robins, Georgia
Associate Degree in Construction Management Technology

Logo of CGTC for our ranking of associate's in construction management

website

Central Georgia Technical College offers an affordable associate’s program in construction management in the fall, spring, and summer semesters. The 60-credit program teaches students hands-on carpentry skills. Additionally, students will learn accounting, supervision, and management skills. The program uses the NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) curriculum, which delivers standardized training and credentialing for the industry.

Tuition: $2,050

6. Indian Hills Community College

Centerville, Iowa

Associate’s Degree in Construction Management

Logo of Indian Hills Community College for our ranking of associate's in construction management

website

At Indian Hills Community College, students can earn an AAS in construction management through the school’s 60-credit, two-year program. The flexible program allows students to enter during any term, and some of the classes are available online. This dual-track curriculum begins with the Construction Trades program and continues with the Construction Management program, which focuses on estimating, wiring, HVAC design, plumbing, concrete, advancing framing, and building science.

Tuition: $7,057

5. Casper College

Casper, Wyoming
Associate of Science in Construction Management

Logo of Casper College for our ranking of associate's in construction management

website

Casper College offers a 64-credit associate’s degree program in construction management that can be completed in just two years. This flexible program allows students to take up to 70% of their classes online. The curriculum provides students with a technical base of industrial management skills, the ability to communicate with and lead people, and the knowledge of the technical aspects of the construction process. This degree program is also available as a transfer program.

Tuition: $5,754

4. Lanier Technical College

Gainesville, Georgia
Construction Management Technology Associate of Applied Science

Logo of Lanier Tech for our ranking of associate's in construction management

website

Lanier Technical College’s AAS in Construction Management Technology is a great option for those looking to earn an affordable degree quickly. The program is 60 credits, and provides background skills in various construction areas. New students are accepted each semester, and the program is eligible for financial aid. The curriculum is built on a core of management and supervisory courses, as well as hands-on carpentry courses.

Tuition: $3,517

3. Georgia Northwestern Technical College

Rock Spring, Georgia
Associate of Applied Science in Construction Management

Logo of GNTC for our ranking of associate's in construction management

website

Georgia Northwestern Technical College offers an affordable AAS program in Construction Management. The 66-credit program includes 15 general education credits and 51 occupational credits. Participants in the program will learn basic carpentry skills such as laying foundations, framing, roofing and finishing. Additionally, they will learn essential management skills such as accounting, construction drafting, code review, scheduling, and contracting.

Tuition: $2,539

2. Ogeechee Technical College

Statesboro, Georgia
Construction Management Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree

Logo of Ogeechee Tech for our ranking of associate's in construction management

website

At Ogeechee Technical College, students can earn an extremely affordable AAS degree in construction management in only four semesters. This 60-credit program accepts new students every semester, and the students have the flexibility to attend day, evening, or online classes. The curriculum includes supervision courses, print reading, and project management, as well as providing students with hands-on carpentry classes.

Tuition: $1,328

1. Renton Technical College

Renton, Washington
Associate of Applied Science in Construction Management

Logo of RTC for our ranking of associate's in construction management

website

Renton Technical College offers our #1 affordable associate’s program in construction management. This flexible 90-credit program allows students to study either part-time or full-time, and allows entry throughout the year. The program teaches administrative and personnel skills needed for a variety of leadership jobs within the industry. The curriculum includes practical skills such as reading and interpreting drawings, estimating costs, sequencing work activities, and applying technology to measure results. The program is fully eligible for both scholarships and financial aid.

Tuition: $7,341

OAD Staff
March 2021

Related:

This concludes our ranking of the top 10 schools for an associate’s degree in construction management for 2021.