Close this Alert

Close this Alert

Bachelor of Science in Construction Science & Management


The Construction Science and Management Department provides professional training in construction project management. The curriculum can be completed in four years and provides a wide variety of course offerings including construction methods, sustainability principles, surveying, project controls management, building information modeling, business, humanities, physical sciences, and general studies.

CSM students are encouraged to participate in the CSM Co-op/Internship Program. Benefits received by student participants of the Co-op Program include college credit for work in their major field of study, earning money for tuition and expenses, improved opportunities for employment upon graduation, applying classroom learning to actual/on-the-job experiences, establishing a professional network, developing maturity, professionalism and self-confidence and learning how to work with colleagues in a professional atmosphere.


The Construction Science and Management Department's mission is to produce “Project Ready” construction professionals who are managers of people, finance, time and physical resources, and who are knowledgeable of the standards of quality and safety requirements of all trades employed during the construction process.


The Construction Science and Management (CSM) Program is committed to perpetuating the founding policy of the University “Learning To Do By Doing” by creating a diverse learning environment for its students, faculty and staff through “Real World” industry experiences. The program will promote academic excellence and professionalism, provide industry relevant curriculum, advance faculty productivity and development, and recruit stellar CSM students, and increase research and recurring funding opportunities for the benefit of the program, school, university, and construction industry collectively.




Additional training and certifications available through the Construction Science and Management Department currently include OSHA 10 & 30 Hour, Erosion Control Management (QCI), and Landscape Management.