This program is offered by the Manufacturing & Construction Management Department
The Construction Management program prepares students for management and supervisory positions in the challenging world of construction. The curriculum focuses on field operations, estimating, and project management processes as they relate to building and heavy/highway construction projects. Analytically based mathematics, science, and civil engineering technology courses along with studies in business and management round out the program. The program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.
Working on the CTFastrak busway project has been a truly great learning experience. I felt I was well prepared for the job by my construction management courses, and I'm confident in my ability to manage all aspects of construction.
–Senior Stephen Dayton, on his Construction Management internship with CTFastrak
Participating in the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Competition was truly an unforgettable experience. The competition was rewarding because I was able to tie all my classes together and submit a bid to a real general contractor. It was a great representation of the real life construction industry that I will be entering after graduation.
–Senior Lisa Rand on her ASC competition event in Albany, NY
Entry level positions such as assistant superintendent, project engineer and junior estimator are typical. Graduates soon become project managers, superintendents and chief estimators for construction management firms, general contractors and specialty contractors. Our graduates are highly sought after as a result of their acquired practical knowledge and state of the art computing skills. With this degree, our graduates progress quickly through the professional ranks.
In Fall 2017, 34 CM B.S. students were awarded the Dean’s List recognition for achieving a 3.50 GPA
The student Nicholas Epifano was also awarded the President’s List recognition for achieving a 4.0 GPA
In Spring 2017, 33 CM B.S. students were awarded the Dean’s List recognition for achieving a 3.50 GPA
The students William Markelon and Robert Mirabello were also awarded the President’s List recognition for achieving a 4.0 GPA
The student Darian D’Amato was awarded the Professional Women in Construction (PWC) Scholarship (May 2017)
The students Sean Allen and Emily Brenner were awarded the National Science Foundation (NSF) - International Research Experience for Students (IRES) Scholarship (May 2016)