The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management is an interdisciplinary degree program consisting of construction methods, engineering techniques, and business courses that are taught in both the Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology and the School of Business. The Arkansas construction industry allows students to experience active construction sites and provides the opportunity for internships and professional associations.
Students must pass the Certified Associate Constructor (CAC) exam and must also complete 800 hours of work experience in an approved construction-related activity. This provides students with valuable experience. Student organization volunteer hours can count toward the requirement.
Our graduates have a 100% employment rate.
Read the descriptions of construction management courses.
Program Objectives and Degree Information
- Provide degree programs responsive to the needs of the construction and engineering industry and potential students of the department.
- Recruit and retain students who have the interest and aptitudes to succeed in their chosen program of study in construction or engineering.
- Deliver curriculum responsive to the needs of industry and students in the 21st century.