The Construction Industry today challenges the world economy with a huge volume of infrastructure related projects annually. These projects become more and more complex as advancing technology demands. The future Construction Professional will typically not only be able to build a construction project but also be the manager of a diverse and technically competent labor pool, who is able to operate and supervise large agencies effectively and be an effective business leader who can give careful attention to delicate infrastructure, labor, management and environmental issues all within today's complex construction industry.
The Construction Management curriculum provides a holistic foundation for professionals, covering a wide range of applicable topics from safety and labor relations to cutting edge materials and methods. Instructors also have a deep knowledge and thorough experience of the construction process as it applies to, affects, and involves the community around a building site. Program material covers topics in public policy, law, and community relations that prove critical to effective project management.