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Bachelor Degrees

B.S. in Construction Management

This is an interdisciplinary degree program consisting of construction methods, engineering techniques and business courses offered in the Donaghey College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (CSTEM). The curriculum provides a foundation for the capstone courses offered in the senior year and the required passage of the Associate Constructor (AC) exam. A minor is not required for the degree, however, one may be obtained. Students seeking the degree must achieve a 2.00 grade point average (GPA) in all required construction management courses and pass the AC exam. A cumulative GPA of 2.00 or above is required for all work completed at UA Little Rock.

Any student may declare a major in construction management. There are no restrictions.

Program Objectives

  1. Provide degree programs responsive to the needs of the construction and engineering industry and potential students of the department.
  2. Recruit and retain students who have the interest and aptitudes to succeed in their chosen program of study in construction or engineering.
  3. Deliver curriculum responsive to the needs of industry and students in the 21st century.

Construction Management Links

B.S. in Civil and Construction Engineering

This unique degree combines the principles of civil engineering with construction engineering to ensure graduates fully understand structural engineering. Program graduates must pass the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Professional Engineer (PE) Exams. A minor is not required for this degree, however, one may be obtained. Students seeking the degree must achieve a 2.00 grade point average (GPA) in all required civil and construction engineering courses and pass the FE and PE exams.

Any student may declare a major in civil and construction engineering. There are no restrictions.

Program Objectives

  1. Provide degree programs responsive to the needs of the construction and engineering industry and potential students of the department.
  2. Recruit and retain students who have the interest and aptitudes to succeed in their chosen program of study in construction or engineering.
  3. Deliver curriculum responsive to the needs of industry and students in the 21st century.

Civil and Construction Engineering Links

Bachelor of Professional Studies

Bachelor Degree Frequent Inquiries:

Incoming Students

To transfer credit from another institution, fill out this form to get in touch with a Transfer Specialist.

When filling out the application to UA Little Rock, you will find our bachelor degrees under Professional Studies, Engineering: Civil and Construction or Construction Management.

Ending Programs

The bachelor degrees for Architectural and Construction Engineering and Environmental Engineering are no longer accepting applications. Existing students may find information about the programs at these links:

The Estimating Management Graduate Certificate is no longer accepting applications. Existing students may find information about the program at the links below: