Construction Management incorporates planning, coordinating and building skills to take a project from conception to completion.
Construction Managers coordinate activities and work with a wide variety of professionals including architects, engineers, financial experts, suppliers and public stakeholders. The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management (B.S.C.M.) emphasizes public and private, commercial and residential construction with a focus on sustainable construction methods. This program employs a team-based interdisciplinary learning philosophy. This approach provides students with knowledge for leadership in sustaining our world and with the critical thinking skills required for effective and innovative practice with particular emphasis on technologies needed to solve problems and deliver successful construction projects.
Mackenzie is majoring in Construction Managment. She is a research assistant to Dr. Sands and the Construction Management Department.
$95,2602019 Median Income
476,700Number of Jobs in 2019
40,400Employment change 2019-2029
8%Job Outlook 2019 - 2029
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