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Department of Construction Science

Construction Science and Management (CSM) Program

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The Construction Science program is fully accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.  Our construction science undergraduate degree program was established in 1933 and has been accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) since 2017.


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Construction graphic with a female proect manager: with text: build the world you live in

What type of student do we look for?

PROBLEM SOLVER – able to solve issues with little information

COMMUNICATOR – able to convey information with all types of disciplines

PASSIONATE – see learning as an adventure and not just a means to a degree

DRIVE & AMBITION – is persistent, results oriented, doesn't give up easily

DEDICATED, DEPENDABLE, CAPABLE – accepts criticism as a means to success

ORGANIZED – physically and mentally 

Public Disclosures

Program Admission Requirements 

Candidates for FRESHMEN admissions must submit the following:

  • Official WES translated high school transcript(s)
  • Official ACT or SAT scores
  • at least 3.0 GPA
  • 21 ACT
  • 1000 SAT

Candidates for TRANSFER admission must submit the following:

  • Official WES translated transcript from all foreign colleges attended
  • Official transcripts from all U.S. colleges or universities attended
  • Official ACT or SAT scores
  • at least 2.0 GPA
  • Completion of 12 credit hours

Curriculum, Quality Improvement Plan, and Program Objectives

Articulation Agreements 

Industry Affiliations and Student Chapter Organizations

ACCE -- American Council for Construction Education

ABC -- Associated Builders and Contractors

AGC -- Associated General Contractors

ASC -- Associated Schools of Construction

SLC -- Sigma Lambda Chi International Construction Honor Society

USGBC -- U.S. Green Building Council

Salary Earning Potential

Average starting salary for Tuskegee University CSM Bachelor of Science graduates (based on graduating senior survey AY 2021-2022): 
High:  $87.040 – Average:  $67,020 – Low: $47,000

Employment Opportunities

Graduates from our CSM program go on to work with awesome companies, locally and beyond. You can find more information on the types of jobs, employers, and employers who recruit our graduates below.




Cost Control
Human Resource Manager
Materials Manager
Equipment Manager
Project Manager
Project Engineer
Facilities Assistant
Building and Code Inspector
...and more!                                               

Industrial, Residential, Industrial or Commercial Construction Firm
General Contracting Firm
Special Trade Contractors (Plumbing, Heating, Electrical, Mechanical)
Real Estate Developer
Materials Supplier
Equipment Supplier
Engineering Firm
Consulting Firm
Local Government
Educational Institutions
...and more!

CD Moody
Brasfield & Gorrie
DPR Construction
U.S. Military
Southern Company
McDonald’s International
The Ryan Company
Gresham Smith Partners
Southeast Connect
...or attend Graduate School