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SDSU Construction Courses Starting

SDSU’s College of Extended Studies is helping individuals build their construction careers by offering a wide variety of online certificate programs starting this month. These programs enable students to be better prepared to succeed at their chosen profession, learn from the experts in various fields of construction, and advance within their current trade or transition into a new career.

The online professional certificate programs include a new Civil Sitework course, along with Construction Estimating, Construction Practices, and Construction Supervisory Series. These programs are all designed to provide practical on-the-job skills that students can use right away. Online courses begin Monday, June 23, with the last day to register being Monday, June 30.

These programs are authorized by SDSU's College of Engineering and offered in cooperation with the Associated General Contractors of America, allowing students receive professional development units from an accredited university.

For more information, email construction-ces@sdsu.edu, call (619) 594-3297, or visit www.neverstoplearning.net/construction. The website features informational videos, student testimonials, detailed course descriptions and more.

Now is the perfect time to sign up, as the Associated General Contractors of America reports that industry employment is at its highest level since 2009 and continues to grow.

SDSU's College of Extended Studies reaches out to the greater San Diego community, the nation, and the world with a wide variety of lifelong learning classes, seminars, and certificate programs. Career advancement courses are offered in many areas of management, leadership, and quality improvement while self-enrichment courses range from accounting to web design. Additionally, the College offers more than 50 certificate programs, online courses, and many other learning opportunities. For more information or to register, call (619) 265-7378 (SDSU) or log on to www.neverstoplearning.net.





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