Develop the management skills you need to advance your career in highway maintenance at Front Range Community College. With our Associate of Applied Science (AAS) program in highway maintenance, be more qualified and competitive for your next promotion. Plus, you can earn this degree in two years or less!
Because many of our students already work in highway maintenance, our program offers several benefits. All of our courses can be taken online, meaning you will be able to accommodate your work and class schedules. We also offer credit for work experience, meaning you might graduate more quickly. Get the knowledge you need from experienced professors at FRCC.
Why Study Highway Maintenance Management at Front Range Community College?
The AAS in highway maintenance management is a two-year degree program. You'll have a firm grasp of highway maintenance while developing leadership and management strategies. Be ready to enter the workforce or be qualified for a promotion in a variety of highway maintenance agencies or private sector firms.
In addition, your work experience may help you graduate faster. You can gain college credit for past industry experience, skills, training and certifications. These credits will count toward your required degree units. This means you'll have fewer classes to take, saving you time and money on your degree.
Finally, the required academic and management courses can be done completely online. That means you'll have flexibility and convenience for your class options.
AAS Highway Maintenance Management
Program Locations: Online
Total Credits: 60 credits (4 semesters)
Learn leadership and technical skills in this two-year program. With this degree, you'll be able to apply for management positions in highway maintenance. You'll study project management, supervision and team-building strategies. Your studies will include:
- Highway maintenance safety
- Highway asset management
- Project management strategies
- Supervision and leadership principles
- Communication skills
Senior Seminar in Public Works and Road Maintenance
Designed for high school seniors, this program is a smooth on-ramp to a career in public works and road maintenance. You'll not only learn in the classroom, but you'll have a paid internship after you graduate. Learn more about the Senior Seminar in Public Works & Road Maintenance.