College of Engineering & Applied Science
The Construction Management (B.S.) program will teach you engineering concepts and construction practices that are currently employed in the industry and develop the business, legal and management proficiency necessary to effectively execute a construction project. From managing a project to ensuring a construction project is completed in a cost-effective and timely manner, you will learn how to optimize and problem-solve for the future.
Where can I co-op?
Ranked top 5 for co-op (US News & World Report), our students gain real-world experience at research and engineering firms around the world. Construction management co-op positions offer diverse, professional experience in bridge projects, highway improvements, infrastructure, hospitals, and high-rise buildings. Possible co-op companies you can work for include: Baker Concrete Construction, Danis Building Construction Co., Dugan & Meyers, Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal, Messer Construction Co., Turner Construction and more!
What does coursework look like?
Classes cover all aspects of the design-build-construct process and including courses in management, engineering, and business. You will develop organization, leadership, and planning skills to propel you for a career in construction.
"My co-ops have given me experience in design and construction which ultimately helped me decide where I wanted to take my career.”
— Kassidy Buschor Construction Management, '20 —