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Have you completed a Maryland Department of Labor (MDOL) registered apprenticeship and want to complete an associate of applied science degree with a concentration in business management or construction. If so, the Skilled Professional Trades Management program may be for you.

Our Skilled Professional Trades Management program offers an opportunity if you have completed a Maryland Department of Labor (MDOL) registered apprenticeship program and earned an industry certification and/or license, a path to a degree by the award of college credit. While this program is not intended for transfer, it’s a great opportunity for you to customize your program based on your professional needs. Previous successfully completed college work may be also be applied where applicable.

Interesting in running your own small business? The Small Business Concentration helps you develop comprehensive skills necessary to run a small company, including exposure to rapidly changing technology. You will select a four-course area of concentration that will permit you to enter a variety of business occupations.

Want to become a construction manager, estimator, foreman, inspector, field representative, project manager or superintendent? The Construction Management Concentration integrates principles of business management as applied to construction technology and includes training in the organization and management of both large and small construction projects.


Career Degrees

AACC offers the following Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees. The state of Maryland refers to the A.A.S. as a career degree, because it's intended to provide you with skills to enter the workforce. In some cases, AACC has entered into transfer agreements that allow these degrees to transfer to select colleges. A list of active agreements may be found on this website. You can also learn more about transferring from AACC to continue your education.

Construction Management Concentration, A.A.S.

Train in the organization and management of both large and small construction projects. Develop skills in the areas of project management, construction estimating, materials and methods of construction, and construction documentation. Understand and learn to integrate principles of business management as applied to construction technology.

Skilled Professional Trades Management (A.A.S.)

Small Business Management Concentration, A.A.S.

Provides comprehensive skills necessary for a successful and satisfying business career. Exposes students to all aspects of today’s rapidly changing and technologically challenging business environment. Prepares students for careers in the global economy. A program chosen from a core of courses considered essential for any business student and from a broad range of electives. Students are expected to select a four-course area of concentration that will permit them to enter a variety of business occupations. The groups of courses listed are examples of appropriate and logical selections in an area of concentration. Required courses cannot be used as area of concentration electives.

Skilled Professional Trades Management (A.A.S.)


Interested in Transfer?

If you're interested in earning a four-year degree and want to study this subject, Transfer Studies may be your solution. This distinctive degree is designed to let you choose an area of concentration (or major), while completing your state of Maryland general education requirements.

Transfer Studies, A.A.

The Transfer Studies, A.A. allows you to explore different subjects or concentrate on a specific course plan that will best meet your in-state (and even some out-of-state) transfer goals. If you hope to transfer to a specific program or school, one of our advisors can help structure your AACC studies specifically for that purpose. The result? You get a well-rounded associate degree preparing you for further studies and successful career. 

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Related Studies

If the Skilled Professional Trades Management program sounds appealing, but you’d like to compare it to other credit and noncredit offerings, see if one of these is a better fit.

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