Doris Kemp, Coordinator
The construction management program emphasizes the technology, engineering and construction business requirements that have been historically needed by the construction industry. Construction is one of the largest and most diversified industries in the world, accounting for approximately 10 percent of the country’s gross national product. Various job titles for the graduate are; estimator, scheduler, project superintendent, project manager, controls manager, materials manager or owner. These skilled professionals are indispensable in meeting the global needs for new residential, commercial, industrial, manufacturing, civil and environmental projects.
The interdisciplinary construction management program requires basic business courses as well as specialized coursework in surveying, building systems, construction practices/procedures, cost estimating, scheduling, construction contracts and structural design. Graduates are employed in both office and field positions. Employers include contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, consultants and government agencies.
Construction Management BS Degree Requirements (120 hours)
Construction Management BS Semester Guide
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Accreditation: American Council for Construction Education, http://www.acce-hq.org