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Bachelor of Science in Construction Management

Constructing Excellence

NewSchool’s Bachelor of Science in Construction Management is a multidisciplinary program tailored to forge future leaders of the construction industry. With a curriculum that champions interactive learning experiences, our students are shaped into professionals capable of turning architectural concepts into tangible structures. They master the art of managing the building process end-to-end—from material procurement to client relations and site safety. Our approach emphasizes business management skills, ensuring our graduates are well-prepared to address the industry’s evolving challenges. With a focus on sustainable design and ethical practice, our students are taught to navigate the complex legal, economic, and social relationships within the construction sector. The comprehensive education they receive at NewSchool, grounded in science, architecture, and business, equips them to lead and innovate in a field that’s building the future.

Program Highlights


Full-Time, On Campus




180 Hours



*Within 6 months of graduation (2022)

Career Opportunities

Having a career in construction management means you’ll be doing hands-on work in addition to leading a team of like-minded coworkers. Our Bachelor of Science in Construction Management degree program can prepare you for the following careers:

  • Construction Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Project Engineer
  • Project Controls Manager
  • Estimator
  • Scheduler
  • Procurement Manager
  • Construction Consultant

Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management program will be prepared to:

PLO 1Demonstrate the use of advanced verbal, written, and graphical communication competencies.
PLO 2Manage intercultural teams as a leader by setting a direction, aligning resources and positively motivating others.
PLO 3Apply integrative thinking to business, technical, and social uncertainties.
PLO 4Identify the skills needed to plan, schedule, and control construction projects.
PLO 5Differentiate methods to preserve scarce natural resources.

Student Work