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The objective of the construction management (CM) program is to provide students with knowledge and skills that are valued by commercial, residential and infrastructure sectors of the construction industry. As construction managers and professionals, our graduates plan, organize and control projects of various types and sizes. Additionally, our graduates enjoy a high placement rate and maintain a reputation of adapting well to industry needs and advancing in their professional careers.
Commercial Construction Concentration (General)
The Commercial Construction Concentration (General) is designed to prepare students to assume positions of responsibility within the commercial construction industry worldwide. The curriculum uses project-based information and commercial construction examples from industry leaders to course content. Specific topics include planning and scheduling, estimating, codes, safety and ethics.
Residential Construction Concentration
The Residential Construction Concentration provides specialization for students who are interested in the field of residential construction. Specific course work includes land development, design, residential construction methods, marketing, cost analysis, and customer services.
The Residential Construction Concentration was developed as a "Gold Standard" curriculum program, with the support of the National Housing Endowment.
Infrastructure Construction Concentration
The Infrastructure Construction Concentration provides focused training in infrastructure construction such as highway, bridge, pipeline and other 'heavy civil' construction projects. Specific course work includes highway materials, plans and specifications, construction techniques and processes, and schedule management using the current technology.