Construction Management track

The construction management track prepares graduates through a balanced program of mathematics, sciences, business, technical studies and construction practices.

The curriculum stresses the application of technical knowledge, construction methods, problem-solving ability and communication skills toward the completion of large-scale construction projects.

The construction management track provides students with experiences in:

  • Construction
  • Estimating
  • Project Management
  • Scheduling
  • Surveying
  • Building Structures
  • Construction Materials
  • Engineering Mechanics

Career Outlook

The construction management track prepares graduates for a wide variety of positions in the construction industry. Every facet of our lives is touched by construction- where we live, where we work, the roads we drive on, the power plants that provide our electricity and more. There will always be a market for construction professionals. Typical job titles would include:

  • Project Manager
  • General Contractor
  • Estimator
  • Field Engineer
  • Scheduler
  • Inspector


Mr. Kevin Perry
Program Coordinator
School of Engineering

Dr. Danny Claiborne
Institute fo Engineering
Department: 270.809.2993