George Brown Construction Management Programs

Find a program that’s right for you:

Explore our variety of programs to find the right fit for your interests, from Civil Engineering Technician to Drywall Systems Estimating and from Building Information Modeling (BIM) Management to Bachelor of Technology.

There’s a wide range of careers to choose from – our programs lead the way to:

  • Construction manager
  • Construction engineering technician/technologist
  • Field inspector
  • Safety supervisor
  • Construction jobsite engineer
  • Field engineer
  • Scheduling analyst
  • Computer-aided designer

Many of our programs also have the added benefit of being a pathway to future learning options, including our degree program, Bachelor of Technology – Construction Management.

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

DIPLOMA PROGRAMS

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Credential: Ontario College Diploma
Construction engineering technicians work with home builders and general contractors, bid for construction work and organize and supervise the participation of various trades involved in a construction project. This two-year Construction Engineering Technician diploma program provides the technical skills and knowledge required to assist in the management of all phases of residential, small commercial and industrial construction projects, emphasizing sustainable construction practices.

ADVANCED DIPLOMA PROGRAMS

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Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma
The Civil Engineering Technology advanced diploma program is a three-year co-op program that focuses on the design and construction of various types of Civil Engineering projects such as buildings, roads, bridges, tunnels, heavy industrial, rail and transit, storm, sanitary and water systems. Students learn the theoretical aspects of various construction technologies in the lecture classes and then work hands-on with actual project drawing sets in the labs. This program also teaches BIM (Building Information Modelling) as well as CIM (Civil Information Modelling) through the use of the latest industry-standard software.
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Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma
The construction industry is one of Canada's largest employers and the demand for construction managers continues to grow. Our three-year Construction Engineering Technology advanced diploma program will provide you with the technical, business and interpersonal skills required to effectively manage construction projects of varying size and complexity, emphasizing sustainable construction practices.

DEGREE PROGRAMS

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Credential: Honours Bachelor's Degree
The Angelo DelZotto (ADZ) School of Construction Management delivers Ontario’s only four-year degree program specializing in construction management. This program, launched in partnership with the construction industry, is designed to respond to emerging trends in construction management in Canada. In the increasingly specialized and complex construction industry, successfully managing a construction project now requires a multidisciplinary education in construction science as well as practical business and management methods. The Honours Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management) degree prepares students for leadership and management roles in the construction industry. Graduates of this program will offer knowledge and innovation to Canada’s vital construction industry and the specialized skills required to keep the country competitive, successful and sustainable.
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Credential: Honours Bachelor's Degree
The Angelo DelZotto (ADZ) School of Construction Management delivers Ontario's only four-year degree program specializing in construction management. This program, launched in partnership with the construction industry, is designed to respond to emerging trends in construction management in Canada. In the increasingly specialized and complex construction industry, successfully managing a construction project now requires a multidisciplinary education in construction science as well as practical business and management methods. The Honours Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management) degree prepares students for leadership and management roles in the construction industry. Graduates of this program will offer knowledge and innovation to Canada's vital construction industry and the specialized skills required to keep the country competitive, successful and sustainable.
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Credential: Honours Bachelor's Degree
T314 – Honours Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management) is a degree completion pathway designed for graduates of an Ontario college advanced (three-year) diploma program in Architectural Technology who wish to pursue a degree in Construction Management. The Angelo DelZotto (ADZ) School of Construction Management delivers Ontario's only four-year degree program specializing in construction management. This program, launched in partnership with the construction industry, is designed to respond to emerging trends in construction management in Canada. In the increasingly specialized and complex construction industry, successfully managing a construction project now requires a multidisciplinary education in construction science as well as practical business and management methods. The Honours Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management) degree prepares students for leadership and management roles in the construction industry.
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Credential: Honours Bachelor's Degree
T316 – Honours Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management) is a degree completion pathway designed for graduates of an Ontario college advanced (three-year) diploma program in Building Renovation Technology who wish to pursue a degree in Construction Management. The Angelo DelZotto (ADZ) School of Construction Management delivers Ontario's only four-year degree program specializing in construction management. This program, launched in partnership with the construction industry, is designed to respond to emerging trends in construction management in Canada. In the increasingly specialized and complex construction industry, successfully managing a construction project now requires a multidisciplinary education in construction science as well as practical business and management methods. The Honours Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management) degree prepares students for leadership and management roles in the construction industry.
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Credential: Honours Bachelor's Degree
T317 – Honours Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management) is a degree completion pathway designed for graduates of an Ontario college advanced (three-year) diploma program in Civil Engineering Technology who wish to pursue a degree in Construction Management. The Angelo DelZotto (ADZ) School of Construction Management delivers Ontario's only four-year degree program specializing in construction management. This program, launched in partnership with the construction industry, is designed to respond to emerging trends in construction management in Canada. In the increasingly specialized and complex construction industry, successfully managing a construction project now requires a multidisciplinary education in construction science as well as practical business and management methods. The Honours Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management) degree prepares students for leadership and management roles in the construction industry.

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS

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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
The Building Information Modeling Management graduate certificate program is designed to provide hands-on training to students to enable them to apply and integrate the principles of Building Information Modeling (BIM) to all aspects of a project from conceptualization to operation. Graduates of this program will be able to deploy BIM applications in any organization involved in the procurement, design, construction and operation of building facilities. Successful students will also be able to deploy BIM technologies and BIM Management processes to all phases of a construction project.
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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
This Construction Management graduate certificate program is designed to meet the needs of internationally trained construction managers and construction professionals, enabling them to apply their prior knowledge and skills and qualify for in-demand, rewarding jobs in the Canadian construction industry.
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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
The Residential Construction Management postgraduate program provides a hands-on environment for you to learn the specialized skills employers value in residential construction management: procurement, quality control and defects prevention. Class and lab work is project based to replicate on-site construction activities and will expose you to current industry practices and procedures. Students may be eligible for partial tuition scholarships sponsored by RESCON.