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B.S. in Construction Management

The Construction Management program at Colorado State University is one of the top-recognized programs in the nation. Since its inception in 1946, more than 6,000 students have graduated, many of them going on to become leaders in their field. The program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.

Minor in Construction Management

The Construction Management minor provides students with foundational knowledge in topics such as construction document reading, structural engineering analysis and design, project estimation, scheduling, and contracts. It works well with, and provides a competitive advantage to, students pursuing majors such as business, engineering, interior architecture and design, and horticulture and landscape architecture.

M.S. in Construction Management

The graduate program in Construction Management provides an environment that supports graduate students in their development of knowledge necessary to enhance professional practice and apply research to management decisions that impact organizations in an emerging global economy.

Ph.D. Opportunities

Construction Management partners with two doctoral program opportunities, each offering the right fit for candidates.

Professional Certificate in Construction Management

CSU’s Continuing Education offers a professional development (noncredit) certificate program as an opportunity to obtain the training needed to move ahead in your field.