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Construction Management (CNST)
The Construction Management program offers exciting educational experiences that prepare you for a career as a professional constructor. You will receive education and course work in many aspects of construction from planning and scheduling to materials and structures. The program will provide you with theoretical and practical learning experiences in both classroom and laboratory environments. Graduates are knowledgeable in planning, scheduling, estimating, project management and many other skills necessary for a construction professional.
What makes us different?
The Construction Management program offers flexibility and a variety of options. Your instruction will be by full-time professors who have actual work experience in the field. The department offers small class sizes, which allow for individual attention, as well as modern laboratories for a variety of hands-on experiences.
Core studies include:
- Computer applications
- Computer drawing applications
- Architectural drawing
- Strength of building materials
- Design of temporary structures
- Construction scheduling
- Estimating and cost analysis
- Construction safety
- Construction methods and materials
- Construction surveying
- Environmental and mechanical systems for buildings
- Electrical construction
- Soil analysis and testing
- Construction management
- Construction specifications and contract documents
Program Goals, Objectives, and Outcomes