Construction Management

Construction Management is an applied construction field that provides knowledge and skills to manage construction of residential and commercial properties. 

The field emphasizes construction management principles to prepare students for a career as a leader in the construction industry. The curriculum focuses on hands-on experiences to prepare the graduate for an exciting career in the midst of construction activity.

Program Highlights

  • Class work and fieldwork teach how to solve construction problems.
  • Advanced technology for hands-on learning in an array of Headley Hall laboratories.
  • Diverse faculty who demonstrate leadership in professional organizations at local, state, national and international levels.
  • Strong connections to local and regional construction companies small to large. 

Program Distinctions

  • Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) accreditation.
  • On-campus centers for Environmental Modeling, Construction, Environmental Soils, Manufacturing, Product Design, Flexible Manufacturing and Transportation/Energy.
  • Faculty expertise in energy technology, third world development, watersheds, construction technology, graphics, design and materials science.

Popular Careers

  • Contractor/Construction Manager
  • Building and Code Inspector
  • Construction Estimator
  • General Contractor
  • Green Building Consultant