Construction Management, B.S.

Prepare to coordinate, manage, and supervise construction projects from start to finish with a bachelor's degree in construction management from Vermont State University. Learn the ins and outs of project administration including scheduling, budgeting, managing materials and people, contract writing, and ensuring safety. Through a practically focused curriculum and internship experiences, you will graduate ready for a variety of construction management jobs, including superintendent, project engineer, or estimator. You’ll be ready to take the lead in commercial, institutional, industrial, residential, or civil construction too.

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Jacob Rogenski

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Why Study Construction Management at Vermont State?

  • Growing, High-Paying Field: The average pay for construction managers is $98,890, and 36,400 new careers in construction management are expected through 2031*.  
  • Employment Success: 100% of Vermont State’s Construction Management students found employment within six months after graduating.  
  • Job Ready: Graduate with a wealth of practical experience for confidence as you launch your career. Through coursework, internships, and a capstone project, you’ll have the chance to practice the skills and processes used every day in construction management jobs. 
  • Flexibility: Whether you’re a full-time student or working professional looking for more advanced roles, you’ll be able to create a degree plan that fits your life. 
  • Broad Preparation: Gain an edge on the job market with the ability to see the construction process in a wider context. In addition to in-depth coursework on every aspect of construction management, you’ll study the key areas of business, including accounting and marketing, as well as core scientific disciplines like chemistry and physics. 

*U.S. Department of Labor Statistics 

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Program Outcomes

100%Placement Rate

Vermont Tech 6 Month Outcome Survey, Class of 2019.

Sample Courses

  • Financial Management
  • Means and Methods of Construction 1
  • Construction Project Management
  • Concrete & Steel Lab

Student Stories

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“The faculty in the Construction Management program are top tier and have really made it a close-knit family-like experience.” 

Sawyer Josler

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