Our students participate in organizations, competitions, and have an 800 hour work requirement if they are pursuing a bachelor’s degree. These student activities provide workplace experience and an opportunity to network with others in the industry.
All students pursuing an undergraduate degree in our department are required to complete 800 hours of work experience in an approved construction-related activity. This provides the graduate with valuable experience.
- View the College of STEM Job Board for recently posted positions
- Find other Job Seeking Tools on our Employment Insights page
- Student organization volunteer hours can count toward the requirement
Thanks to our industry partners, we are able to provide students with numerous scholarships each year. Scholarships are also available through the University and through the Donaghey College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
Seniors in our department must complete projects showcasing what they have learned.
Read about some of the work and projects our graduates and alumni are involved in.
Graduate Employment Data
We are proud that students in our department find great jobs quickly. Read about the recent employment data.