Construction is an extremely complex endeavor. As a construction management major, you will deal with every facet of a construction project. The Construction Management degree includes courses on architecture, labor relations, cost evaluation, materials handling, city planning, blue print reading and more. This is a field that is much more complex than the name may imply. Construction managers often pursue graduate work in Civil Engineering as well.
Why is this Important?
- Quickly link to schools that offer the major you want
- CM101 only features schools accredited by the 5 Regional bodies
- Non–Accredited school credits usually DO NOT transfer to accredited schools
|California Polytechnic State University||San Luis Obispo, CA 93407||Website|
|University of Maryland Eastern Shore||11868 College Backbone Rd, Princess Anne, MD 21853||Website|
|Wentworth Institute of Technology||550 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115||Website|
|University of Central Missouri||108 W South St, Warrensburg, MO 64093||Website|
|University of Nebraska||1400 R St, Lincoln, NE 68588||Website|
|Alfred State College||10 Upper College Dr, Alfred, NY 14802||Website|
|Roger Williams University||1 Old Ferry Rd, Bristol, RI 02809||Website|
|Texas A&M University||400 Bizzell St, College Station, TX 77840||Website|
|Brigham Young University||Provo, UT 84602||Website|
|Milwaukee School of Engineering||1025 N Broadway, Milwaukee, WI 53202||Website|