BS Construction Management

The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management program is designed to prepare you to enter the construction profession and quickly advance into a leadership role.

This program is in-person at the Flagstaff Mountain Campus. We do not offer an on-line option for the CM bachelor's degree.

Degree requirements

To earn this degree, you must complete a total of 120 credit hours:

  • at least 35 credit hours of liberal studies requirements
  • at least 20 credit hours of pre-professional requirements
  • at least 70 credit hours of professional requirements
  • at least 21 credit hours of minor requirements
  • 2 elective courses are required to reach an overall total of at least 120 credit hours

Construct for Practice (C4P) – Integrated Curriculum

Our program integrates the material you learn in class with practical labs that simulate real-world building projects.

As part of an integrated team of sophomores, juniors and seniors, you will work with other students to create, build, and complete a construction project. As you move through your program, you’ll gain experience at different levels of the process.

Sophomores: project builders

Build a mock-up of a project according to plans and specifications.

Juniors: project designers

Create computer models, project plans and specifications, and cost analysis.

Seniors: project managers

Manage all aspects of a building project. 

Academic catalog

See the academic catalog for full details on this degree, including a course listing.

Additional details

Visit our Student Resources page for additional information

The highlight of your college career

Compete against other teams, solve challenging problems, and meet potential employers at the national ASC Competition in Reno, Nevada.