BS in Construction Management

Starting with a vision and nurturing it to completion, you can build a future you can be proud of with help from the progressive Construction Management program at NewSchool of Architecture & Design.

As you work toward a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, you’ll benefit from an interactive learning experience that hones your skills in the vital aspects of construction. From teaching you to balance budgets, communicate building concepts to your staff, and many other important lessons, NewSchool’s instructors make sure the path toward your bachelor’s degree in construction management is an enriching hands-on experience you can rely on throughout your career.

By taking a multidisciplinary approach, faculty at NewSchool illustrate how individual achievement on the job site leads to something greater than the sum of the individual parts. That same attribute can be felt at NewSchool, where students and instructors work together to advance the emerging field of construction management one idea at a time.

Construction Management School Education

Develop your knowledge and expertise in becoming a leader in the construction industry with a BS in Construction Management. Learn more about the NewSchool Construction Management degree program through the following resources and work on many construction projects:

  • Program Course Sequence: Whether learning about the attributes of certain building materials or how to coordinate large-scale building projects, each class during your pursuit of a bachelor’s degree Construction Management builds your professional foundation.
  • Program Data: Review data about program costs, types of occupations, completion rates, and median loan debt of students who have graduated from this program.
  • Career Paths: Learn more about the field of construction management and improve your construction project management skills.

The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management program is to provide students with a career at management positions in the construction industry. This degree program will prepare the graduates for careers as a construction manager, project manager, project controls manager, and construction development. Get in touch to learn more about the bachelor program.