The Construction Management Technology (CMTE) curriculum is a four-year program of study leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree. This interdisciplinary curriculum accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) provides a background in the several physical and applied sciences and construction technology. Technical content is balanced by courses in business management, communications, humanities, and social sciences. This broad diversification provides the technical base needed for immediate employment as well as the managerial concepts for career development.
The goal of the Construction Management Technology program is the preparation of well educated professionals for challenging careers in the construction industry. Emphasis is placed on preparing professionals who are capable of managing the total construction process. Graduates qualify for employment with general contracting and subcontracting firms and in government.
Students must complete 126 semester hours of designated coursework including supervised internship in the construction industry. A minimum grade of “C” must be achieved in prerequisite courses, major core courses, supportive courses, technical elective courses, and selected general education courses. Course requirements other than those listed should be selected in consultation with the advisor or Department Chairperson.
A degree in Construction Management Technology prepares individuals for challenging careers in the construction industry with the ability to manage and supervise the total construction process.