Construction Management BS Degree

Build a Dynamic Career in the Construction Industry

With approximately 7 million employees, construction is the largest industry in the United States. When you earn a bachelor’s degree in construction management from The University of Texas at Tyler, you are prepared to take the helm of a large-scale construction project, handling planning, coordination and supervision.

  • Complete a hands-on program that provides the practical and managerial knowledge needed to succeed on an actual construction project.
  • Study construction management, a specialized discipline offered at few universities anywhere in the world.ABET Logo
  • Accredited by the Applied and Natural Science Accreditation Commission of ABET,

Bachelor’s in Construction Management: Practical Training for the Real-World.

  • Prepare to manage multimillion-dollar projects in high-production housing, commercial construction, or in major civil or industrial construction.
  • Take classes in finance, management, marketing, economics and accounting to master the business side of construction management.
  • Gain the ability to motivate teams, facilitate subcontractors and manage equipment and materials to produce a solid finished structure.
  • Get hands-on experience through service-learning projects such as working with Habitat for Humanity to build homes.

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Construction Management Courses: Experiential. Multi-Faceted.

  • Construction Materials and Methods

    Study materials, methods and sequences of the construction process, with an emphasis on design, specification, purchase and use of concrete, steel, masonry and wood.

  • Soils and Foundations in Construction

    Get an introduction to soil types found on construction projects; properties and classification of soil, embankment control, dewatering, excavation supports, foundations, piers and pilings.

  • Construction Scheduling

    Learn about construction project management scheduling. Topics include project selection and scheduling, use of estimates to predict the schedule, scheduling subcontracting, cost controls and more.

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Construction Management Faculty: Hands-On. Professional.

--Study with professors knowledgeable about the latest construction techniques and processes.

--Get one-on-one support from professors who are passionate about the field of construction management, including encouraging students to use their skills to engage in community service and help those in need.

--Gain a well-rounded business education from professors who have mastered the financial and employee management aspects of construction management.

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