The School of Construction Management Technology is widely recognized as a leader in building construction education, having been accredited by the American Council for Construction Education. Students receive a hands-on education from professors with rich industry experience. An active Construction Advisory Council helps the department stay at the forefront of the industry’s needs.
Undergraduate Degree Options
Learn leadership and business concepts for construction, renovation or restoration projects. Prepare to be an effective leader and partner to clients.
Prepare for a construction career focused on safe demolition and effective restoration in a variety of built environments.
Learn about the complexities of a healthcare facility and apply the knowledge in a construction management career.
Focus on these highly specialized construction areas to ensure success of a wide variety of building projects.
Gain a broad understanding of all facets of managing the home construction process, from scheduling subcontractors to facilitating customer relations.
Learn about construction management principles to better prepare for one of the many related professions in the built environment.
With access to the latest technology, the minor in construction graphics - building information modeling (BIM) will expose students to BIM in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry.
Students in the disaster restoration, demolition, and reconstruction (DRDR) minor will gain an understanding of the actions competent contractors must complete and how they must be guided.
Expand your construction management knowledge base and increase your leadership skills to prepare for career advancement, academic construction research and emerging construction trends.
Take advantage of a doctorate to develop expertise in a specific technological area and become an advanced leader, researcher, professor or supervisor in technology.
Work full-time and earn an advanced degree in 24 months, focusing on leadership skills, emerging construction trends, and networking with faculty and fellow construction professionals.