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Construction Management, Bachelor of Science

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Program Overview

The Construction Management BS program prepares students with the necessary skills to plan, organize, staff, lead and exercise control in the directing and coordinating of resources to achieve construction project objectives.

The program is designed to combine rigorous construction management, numerous engineering, and a multitude of courses to prepare graduates to enter the workforce confident, qualified, and energetic.

The Construction Management program blends the art and science of building technology with essential principles of business, management, computer technology, and leadership.

Students will learn the essential principles of construction management which involve the planning, scheduling, evaluation and controlling of construction resources and activities, with optimization of project cost, schedule, quality, and owner’s satisfaction.

Program Admission

"The program provides students with the technical grounding in construction processes for infrastructure and managerial skills to make informed decisions on difficult management decisions. "

- Michael Mincic, Program Coordinator for Construction Management 

3+2 Program

The 3+2 Program allows qualified undergraduate students to complete a Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration in Construction Management. Students would then obtain both undergraduate level and graduate-level degrees in as little as five years.

BS Online

In partnership with CSU Pueblo Online, the Department of Engineering Technology & Construction Management offers an entirely online option for the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management. 

Frequently Asked Questions

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    WHAT KINDS OF JOBS ARE AVAILABLE TO CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT GRADUATES?

    Graduates of the Construction Management (CM) program enter the industry as project superintendents, field supervisors, project managers, or owner’s representatives for a variety of construction-related firms such as general contractors, specialty subcontractors, construction managers, designers, developers, consultants, or owners. ​
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    HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO FINISH A CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT DEGREE?

    A degree in Construction Management is designed to be completed in four years. The degree requires the accumulation of 130 credit hours. For students completing in four years, the schedule usually involves 30 credit hours per academic year or 15 hours per semester. Some students finish more quickly by taking additional courses in the summer. Others with demanding work or family commitments may take longer to finish.

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    AM I QUALIFIED FOR A SCHOLARSHIP?

    You may be qualified for one or more scholarships offered by CSU Pueblo. You must have an updated FAFSA on file with Student Financial Services. Visit the Scholarships page for more information. 

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    WHO CAN I TALK TO ABOUT MY FINANCIAL AID OR MY BILL?

    It is important to check your PAWS account regularly to ensure your aid and bill look correct. Student Financial Services is open Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and is available via phone at 719.549.2753 email at financialaid@csupueblo.edu, and take walk-ins. 

Spring 2022 Registration

Registration Opens October 18, 2021.

To register for Spring 2022 courses, students will need to meet with their academic success coach or faculty mentor, submit proof of vaccination or exemption, and self-register through Banner.

Vaccination Requirement and Exemptions

Student wearing face mask

The university's COVID-19 Vaccination Policy includes the COVID-19 vaccination unless an exemption is filed.

Department of Engineering Technology & Construction Management

Faculty and Staff

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