Graduates of the Construction Project Management program plan, manage and supervise a broad range of construction projects within the residential, industrial, commercial and institutional (ICI) and civil infrastructure sectors of the construction industry.
For someone with a background in Construction, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Electrical Engineering, this Ontario College Graduate Certificate program will provide the tools required to excel in the industry. The Sault College Construction Project Management program is designed for the recent graduate, or working industry professional to provide career growth opportunities in Construction and Project Management. The success of construction projects depend heavily on the management and execution of key project deliverables and knowledge of the construction industry.
Requirements & Program Information
Ontario College Diploma, Ontario College Advanced Diploma, Degree, or equivalent
Diploma or degree in an Engineering-related field would be an asset.
Applicants, whose first language is not English, must provide proof of English proficiency. Sault College accepts the TOEFL, or IELTS, or equivalent test to satisfy our English admission requirements.
Graduates from this program will be prepared for management positions in:
Building and Highway Construction
Areas include but are not limited to public and private sector construction projects including residential and non-residential building construction, highway construction, manufacturing, utilities, and trades. The majority of job opportunities for Construction Project Managers (NOC 0711) in the Algoma region tend to be found in the residential building construction sector. Compensation for Construction Mangers in Algoma is $7000/year higher than the national average. Last year there were 44 postings for this job in the Algoma region. Construction managers are among the top five posted occupations in the Algoma region in 2020. According to the Government of Canada Job Bank, employment outlook for Construction Managers in Ontario are good for the period 2019-2022. Currently, approximately 27,450 people work in this occupation. Ninety four percent of these workers are employed full time and approximately 6% are employed part time. Seventy one percent of construction managers work all year while 29% work part of the year.
Fees & Costs
These fees are for the 2023-2024 academic year (year 1 of study), and are subject to change. Please visit your Student Portal to view your Schedule of Fees.