Building Construction Management Degree (BCM)
Meet Stephanie Crawford.
The process of managing a construction project from start to finish is complex. In the building construction management program, you'll immerse yourself in the many aspects of this field, such as organizing, leading, and managing people, materials, and processes. You also will utilize the latest technologies in the industry.
- Courses offer hands-on experience in both field and office work
- Professors have extensive industry experience
- BCM students complete 800 hours of on-site construction work as part of their graduation requirements
- Graduates have enjoyed high placement rates
- The disaster restoration and reconstruction concentration is the first academic program of its kind
The curriculum is based on general commercial construction practices.
You will also be able to add experience with any of the program's six concentrations:
- Demolition and Reconstruction
- Disaster Restoration and Reconstruction
- Construction materials and methods
- Construction accounting and financial management
- Construction contracts
- Assistant project manager
- Cost engineer
- Field engineer
- Office engineer
- Zero-energy homes
- Construction Spanish
- Healthcare construction
In addition to over 50 programs approved for CoT students, the department has sponsored study abroad trips to Ireland, China, and Dubai, during a shortened instruction period that follows spring semester.
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