Bachelor's in Construction Management

Our Program

Kennesaw State University's Construction Management Department began offering the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management degree in 1985. The program, accredited by the American Council of Construction Education (ACCE), currently offers six areas of specialization including General Contracting, Land Development, Electrical and Mechanical Construction, Heavy Civil or Highway Construction, Facility Management and Residential Construction. The Facility Management Concentration is also accredited by the International Facility Management Association (IFMA). Each specialization area represents major sectors or employers of the construction industry who recruit interns and graduates from our programs.

Student Opportunities

Leading construction companies of the region are represented on the KSU Construction Industry Advisory Board, who recruit from KSU and also provide networking opportunities to our students, which result in quick placement of our graduates. Scholarships are also available for qualified candidates through the generosity of the board, alumni and other donors. KSU is located in Metropolitan Atlanta, which is the headquarter for many national and Georgia based construction organizations. Most of our students are able to get paid construction management jobs while earning their degrees at KSU due to location in the metro area.

 

 

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