Prepares students to be competent in coordinating all phases of building construction including estimating, scheduling, writing contracts, purchasing materials and working with subcontractors and material suppliers to ensure the job gets done on time and within budget. Graduates may begin as project managers, field engineers, estimators, assistant project managers or superintendents. Students are strongly urged to meet with their adviser to select a minor that will support their career goals.
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- Total Credits Required for Degree120
- General Education30-40
- Technical Concentration*51
- Other Required Courses15
*Requires a 2.25 or better in all technical concentration courses.
**MA 106 is required and will also count toward the liberal studies/general education requirement.