Setting SUNY Delhi's Construction Management program apart from many is our required full semester internship. The Internship Program offers high quality preparation and practical education to students preparing for the challenging careers of tomorrow’s highly technical society.
TITLE: Construction Management (CM) Internship I & II
COURSE NUMBER: AECT 390 & 395
CREDIT HOURS: Full Semester (12) & Summer Session (3) = 15 Total Credit Hours
LENGTH OF INTERNSHIP: 20 Weeks OR 800 Hours *(CM Internship I = 560 Hours & CM Internship II = 240 Hours)
SEMESTER(S) OFFERED: Spring & Fall Sessions
Students receive on-the-job construction experience in many facets of the workplace. Each student’s comprehension of how actual building projects are effectively developed will be significantly enhanced. In addition, interns will be introduced to numerous construction practices and methods that are commonplace within the industry.
While enrolled in the internship’s prerequisite course (AECT 380 – Career Seminar), each student will develop professional resumes, improve interview skills, learn effective means of researching prospective employers within the industry, and develop their personal communication (written and oral) skills relative to pursuing employment opportunities. With this knowledge the students will pursue there own internship for the following semester.
In order to ensure that students are offered a true learning experience during their internships, students must encounter at least one hundred hours of duties/responsibilities within four of the below CM Silos.
1. Field Supervision
2. Estimating & Cost Control
3. Scheduling & Planning
4. Surveying / Site Layout
5. Hands-On Building Experience
6. Project Engineering (Project Or Plan Review/Analysis)
7. Documentation (Field Reports, Submittals, Drawings, Specifications, Etc.)
8. Procurement Of Materials, Subcontractors, And/Or Labor
TUITION & FEES: While on internships, students are required to pay tuition and fees for the credits they will receive. Financial aid may be available to eligible students. Consult with Delhi College’s financial aid office for further details.
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Students of the SUNY Delhi Construction Management Program have acquired internships with many companies throughout the North East and the entire country please find below a list companies in which our students have interned with. Click the company name to find more information.
Minimum requirements to be considered for admission
HS Average: 80
Algebra Regents: 75
Geometry Regents: 75
Trig & Physics Recommended
Transfer GPA: 2.3
SUNY Curriculum Code: 2248