All Construction Management undergraduate students are required to complete 12-weeks of internship in the construction industry, and will register and receive three (3) credit hours for satisfactory completion.
The Construction Management Program will assist in placing students on internship via the Career Fair or during a week of on-campus interviews each semester, or the student may contact the Career Development Services with a requested placement site. Compensation and possible travel expenses will be negotiated between the student and sponsor.
CM Product Engineer
Project / Field Engineer
Quality Assurance Manager
Construction Project Manager
Building Inspector Safety Director
Product Sales Rep CM Firm Owner
Facility Manager General Contractor
Due to the shortage of qualified Construction Managers, graduates usually receive multiple offers with salaries higher than other engineering disciplines. In 2007, the average entry-level salary for construction management graduates was about $65, 000 per year and exceeded $100, 000 after few years of experience.
Dept. of Construction Management
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