Bachelor of Science Degree Requirements
The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education, the professional accreditation organization of the construction industry.
Students in construction management (CM) are exposed to a wide variety of topics, ranging from courses in management and administration of construction companies, projects, people, and equipment to courses focusing on specific techniques for project planning and control work improvement and estimating. The Construction Management program also provides opportunities to develop a strong background in computer applications in construction. Computer skills combined with a solid management and technical background are major assets of the construction management graduate.
Opportunities for construction management graduates are excellent. Examples of positions held by construction management graduates are project manager, construction manager, project administrator, estimator, scheduler, architectural representative, project superintendent, and construction administrator. Students should consider this challenging, satisfying, and high-paying profession.
Mission of Construction Management
The mission of the Construction Management Program is to develop character, build leaders, and sustain learning.
Educational Objectives of the Instructional Program
- Improve student success and graduation rates consistent with university initiatives
- Enhance smart growth of freshman and transfer student enrollment in the degree program consistent with available resources
- Enhance the quality of freshman and transfer students enrolled in the degree program
- Enhance academic advising for incoming freshman and transfer students
- Enhance opportunities for students to have diverse and experiential learning through involvement in high impact education practices
- Enhance student career assistance to increase placement of graduates in entry-level positions across construction industry sectors