The Associate Constructor Examination is typically taken by students close to graduating from a Construction Management Bachelors Degree program or professionals early in their career. This exam is a precursor to the Certified Professional Constructor Exam.
To take the AC (Level 1) exam, you must have met at least one of the following requirements by the time you apply:
4 years of either Qualifying Experience, Qualifying Education, or some combination of the two. Please see below for definitions of qualifying experience and education
Be within 12 months of graduating from a 4-year construction management bachelor’s degree program. Please note that you may sit for the exam before you graduate, but you will not be certified until you receive your degree.
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