College of Technology > Department of Construction Management
The Art and Science Necessary to Create Civilization
Who’s Who in the Department
Neil Eldin, Gary Richardson
Daniel Cassler, Liang-Chieh (Victor) Cheng, Lu Gao, Ronald Hopkins, Jamison (Jami) Kovach, Ahmed Senouci, Lingguang Song, Junko Sugawara
Maria Burns, Mary Henderson, Margaret Kidd, Kyungki Kim, David Stayshich
The construction management program offers both an undergraduate and graduate degree in the field of Construction Management. The program provides graduates with knowledge and skills necessary to join the construction industry. Such knowledge and skills include construction methods, structural systems, contract administration, specifications, planning, estimating, scheduling, and evaluating project performance. The 4-year program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE). Please visit our accreditation page for Public Information: Objectives & Outcomes.
The ever-growing construction industry has created a huge demand for dynamic individuals who can integrate construction science, engineering and business. The high demand is manifested in the starting salary of many of our graduates ($50,000 - $60,000) and the potential of earning $120,000 - $150,000 in 10 years.
Our graduates are hired as:
- Project Managers
- Construction Managers
- Field Engineers
- Construction Estimators
- Construction Planners
- Construction Superintendents
Dr. Lingguang Song