Description of Major
This major educates students about construction theories and practices, personnel administration, scheduling, project costing, and job site and office controls.
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Graduates are prepared for a wide range of positions employed by general contractors, specialty contractors, construction management firms, building owners, corporate builders, developers, engineering firms, manufacturers, utility companies, government agencies, educational and health institutions. A variety of jobs are available for construction management graduates, including:
|Construction Foreman||Construction Manager|
|Construction Material Supplier||Construction Salesperson|
|Design Engineer||Electrical Inspector|
|Field Engineer||General Contractor|
|Health and Safety Inspector||Home Builder|
|Land Developer||Landscape Architect|
|Management Analyst||Photogrammetric Surveyor|
|Project Foreman||Project Manager|
|Real Estate Developer||Safety Engineer|
|Site Supervisor||Specialty Contractor|
Some positions listed may require education or training beyond an undergraduate degree.