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Construction Management, Bachelor of Science

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Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management combines skill sets obtained through course work in Civil Engineering Technology and Business along with construction management courses to prepare students for the fast-paced construction industry.

The program provides students with industry current and relevant skills necessary to manage construction related projects. Its composition enables students to work in a heavy-civil infrastructure or commercial-residential industrial projects in positions such as:

  • Construction Managers
  • General Contractors
  • Project Managers
  • Consultants
  • Field Supervisors
  • Foreman

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for construction managers was $95K in May 2019, with a job outlook that is growing much faster than other jobs. 

View the Major Information Guide for details on learning outcomes, curriculum and more.

NFSF Scholarships

The NAWIC Founders’ Scholarship Foundation (NFSF) assists in providing the construction industry with trained employees through higher education. Each year NFSF awards over $100,000 to recipients in construction-related programs. Award amounts range from $500 to $2,500. Some local chapters award scholarships as well.

Learn more about this scholarship by visiting

"I love being in the Construction Management Online Program because of the flexibility that it provides, allowing me to work full time while furthering my education. Even though I live in Alaska, I don't feel disconnected from my professors and classmates."

- Jack Galaktionoff

Frequently Asked Questions


    What is the application process?

    First, you'll need to complete our online application. Once all required documents are received, an admissions processor will begin reviewing your application. You should receive an admissions decision within two weeks of receipt of all required documents. For more information, contact our Enrollment Counselor at 719.549.2200

    Are you accredited?

    Yes! CSU Pueblo is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

    230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500
    Chicago, IL, 60604
    Phone: 800.621.7440


    How long will it take me to complete my degree?

    Bachelor's degrees typically take 4 years to complete. However, your timeline may vary depending on a number of factors: if you have previously earned college credits, if you take classes on a full-time or part-time schedule, if you petition for credits for prior learning, and/or if you take summer courses. Make sure you work with your advisor to create a schedule that completes your goals.

    How long are online classes?

    Most courses are 8 weeks long, while some are 4 or 16 weeks.

    How much time can I expect to spend on coursework each week?

    Because you are often learning 16 week's worth of content in 8 weeks, you should expect to spend at least 10-15 hours per week on coursework, assignments, and studying. Be sure to practice good time management and spread out your assignments throughout the week to not feel overwhelmed.

    Where do I view my account information?

    Each student has a PAWS (Personal Access to Web Services) account where they can view their bill, financial aid, online schedule, request transcripts, update their demographic information, run DARS (Degree Audit Reporting System) reports, and more. For more questions about your PAWS account, contact your advisor.

    Do I qualify for scholarships?

    You may qualify 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.

    What types of financial aid are offered?

    CSU Pueblo offers scholarships to students based on academic merit, financial need, and/or other criteria; grants; and low-interest loans. Students using financial aid must have a FAFSA on file with CSU-Pueblo. To complete your FAFSA, visit Please visit the Student Financial Services website for more information.

    Who can I talk to about 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, and take walk-ins.

    How do I know which transfer credits were accepted?

    A transfer evaluator reviews your official transcripts and creates a DARS (Degree Audit Reporting System) evaluation of your credits. You should receive your evaluation within two weeks of enrolling in courses.

    What kind of computer do I need?

    In order to successfully complete courses in the online program, you will need a reliable computer with reliable internet access. Additionally, there are courses that require specific software such as Microsoft Project, Excel, Word, Adobe PDF, Autodesk CAD, MyAccounting Lab, and more.

    How do I get in touch with my professors?

    Professors post their phone number, email address, and virtual office hours in each of your online courses. Be sure to allow 24-48 hours for a response. If you need further assistance, contact your advisor.

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  • Nik Lograsso
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  • Jennifer Marincich
  • Construction Management Online Program Advisor
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