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  • 92% Of Students Have Plans Secured Before Graduation
  • 72,600 Average Base Salary (Colorado Average: $72,300)
  • 2.8 Average Job Offers Per Student

Hands-On Learning Opportunities Get Involved

Our CM Cares program promotes service-learning, team-building, and ethics through impactful community service activities designed to help improve the lives of local families in need.

Join one of our award-winning competition teams. Each year, CSU Construction Management students have the opportunity to apply the skills learned throughout their academic careers and display their leadership in regional and national competitions.

Enter the workforce with experience – all Construction Management students are required to complete a structured internship course within the construction industry to complete their degree.

Through our department’s student clubs and organizations, students are introduced to sustainability, diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and more, all while getting connected to partners in the construction industry.

Resources Prospective and Current Students

There are several ways to pay for your degree in Construction Management, including several scholarships exclusively for CM students. You need to fill out the general CSU scholarship application. Search the college scholarship database to see the full list.

We offer comprehensive support to our undergraduate students. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions about our programs. Please contact us if you are a transfer student, a second-bachelors student, or have decided to change your major to Construction Management.

Our Phelps Placement Office assists students in securing internships and careers. In addition, the department hosts two annual industry career fairs. CM continues to boast one of the highest placement rates and entry-level salaries of all majors. For a listing of current jobs, visit our custom CM Job Board.

Our program is home to a diverse group of undergraduate students equipped with resources, clubs, and organizations to create a supportive learning environment that cultivates belonging.

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