Construction managers plan and direct construction projects to ensure schedules, contracts and budgets are met and the work site is safe for workers and the general public.
The bachelor’s degree program builds on the knowledge and skills developed in the associate degree program.
Experience construction engineering technology firsthand through our research facilities:
The required Cooperative Work Study experience of the Construction Engineering Technology Program consists of 52 weeks of construction work experience. It may begin after the student has completed 34 hours of coursework in the Construction Engineering Technology Program.
Interact with other construction engineering technology students and professionals in the field through organizations such as:
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A degree in construction engineering technology paves the way for careers in a number of areas within the
Opportunities for construction managers are increasing as the level and complexity of construction activity continues to grow. Familiarity with computers is a plus.
The Career Center creates links among students, alumni and local professionals. You will have access to: