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Thinking about the discipline: NKU’s construction management program is nationally recognized and accredited by the American Council for Construction Education. Our graduates are equipped with both the theoretical and applied skills required to manage a construction project from inception to completion. The program covers the technical aspects of project design and execution in addition to management and administration aspects required to successfully deliver project completion on time, within budget, and meeting the client’s expectations.
The balanced curriculum of 120 credit hours includes two 300-hour internships, allowing students to learn on the job and apply what they learn in class to a real-world project. Students in the program can work toward earning a minor in business, marketing, or entrepreneurship to complement their construction education. Graduates occupy positions such as project engineers, project managers, project superintendents, construction estimators, construction schedulers, and construction safety officers.
Special opportunities for our students: The Construction Management program offers awards for outstanding undergraduates. Multiple scholarships are offered, including the Macy’s Rudolph V. Javosky Memorial Endowed Scholarship, the Spirit of Construction Foundation Scholarship, and the Construction Management Industry Advisory Board Scholarship. Students have the opportunity to participate in the Construction Management Association student organization as well as the sub-organizations within that umbrella group including the Mechanical Contractors of America, the National Association of Homebuilders, the American Concrete Institute student organizations, and the Sigma Lambda Chi International Construction Honor Society.
You should also know: Students must fulfill all requirements for the major and either the standard business component or the minor in entrepreneurial studies offered by the Department of Management.
To earn the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, students must earn a grade of C or better in all construction management core courses.
♦ Indicates prerequisite.
These prerequisites are not included in the program totals in the table below, but they must be completed IN ADDITION TO other program requirements.