We have a multitude of programs for students who are interested in furthering their
knowledge of construction management. Our programs allow students to increase their
knowledge and skills in both construction and business to effectively lead construction
teams. Graduates with a construction management bachelor's degree can also pursue
other positions, which may require further education or certification. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment for construction managers to increase 11% from 2016 to 2026, which is faster than
the national average for all occupations.
The Construction Management Department provides many opportunities for those interested
in pursuing a career in this field. The options we have for our students include:
- Major in Construction Management
- Minor in Construction Management
- Special Major in Architectural Studies
- Draft Master of Science in Construction Management
- Professional Development Program
Program Admission Requirements
Generally, first-time freshman applicants will qualify for regular admission if they
meet the following requirements: (1) they have graduated from high school, have earned
a Certificate of General Education Development (GED), or have passed the California
High School Proficiency Examination; (2) they have a qualifiable minimum eligibility
index table; and (3) they have completed with grades of C or better each of the courses
in the comprehensive pattern of college preparatory subject requirements (see Subject Requirements).
Details of all requirements can be found at this link.