CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (BACHELOR’S COMPLETION DEGREE)
Ready to manage construction teams, divisions or companies? Dunwoody’s bachelor’s degree in construction management prepares you for leadership roles in the construction industry. Graduates go on to pursue a wide array of positions including project managers, estimators, business leaders, and entrepreneurs.
PROGRAM PLACEMENT RATE: 100%
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Experience Construction Management at Dunwoody
Dunwoody’s Construction Management bachelor’s degree builds the skills necessary to successfully lead and influence production teams, development projects, and businesses. This program is for students who are continuing on from Dunwoody’s Construction Project Management associate’s degree as well as current students, transfer students, or graduates from a two-year, construction-related program.
While at Dunwoody, you will learn disciplines such as:
- Construction Law
- Field Engineering
- Green Construction
During your final semester, you will complete a real-world capstone project. Throughout the capstone, you will learn how to finance projects, schedule employees, prepare estimates, and develop cost projections in a real-world setting.
Graduates are prepared for careers in both residential and commercial construction.
Additional benefits of Dunwoody’s Construction Management program include:
- Instruction from practicing professionals. Your Dunwoody instructors—both full-time and part-time—are currently working in, or come from, industry.
- Cross-departmental collaboration, including shared projects with Dunwoody’s Architecture, Graphic Design and Interior Design programs.
- Hands-on service learning projects, including activities with nationally recognized organizations like Rebuilding Together Twin Cities, Builders Association of Twin Cities, and Second Harvest Heartland.
- Opportunities to study abroad, increasing your exposure to cultural and global design. Previous Construction Management students have traveled to Spain.
- Involvement with the National Home Builder’s Association (NAHB), providing you with opportunities to participate in national competitions, network with industry professionals, and build your résumé.
- Student organizations and clubs like the Association of General Contractors (AGC), which serve as fun and valuable extracurricular activities.
Graduates earn a Bachelor of Science degree. The program takes two years (four semesters) to complete. Classes within this program are offered during the evening. This program was designed using American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) guidelines and is planning on seeking program accreditation with ACCE.
COMMON JOB TITLES
Possible job titles upon graduation include:
-Construction Business Owner
Companies that hire our graduates include:
-Kimley-Horn & Associates