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Bachelor of Science in Construction Management Construction Management Emphasis



Our bachelor’s degree in construction management prepares you for employment with knowledge in major aspects
of construction, construction sciences, math, business and more.

Prerequisite Flowchart (pdf) Course Requirements Scholarships

What You’ll Learn


  • Preconstruction process and delivery methods
  • Construction processes in commercial and heavy civil construction
  • Business skills: creating a business plan, accounting, cost control, profit maximization and project scheduling
  • Current software application for construction
  • Surveying techniques, layout and control
  • Quality assurance and control
  • Project and site safety
  • Principles of design and sustainable construction
  • Legal implications of construction contracts, document and regulatory law
  • Construction risk management
  • Accounting, cost control and profit maximization
  • Methods, materials and equipment used to construct projects
  • Construction management supervisory skills

Employment Opportunities

Construction management is an exciting, flexible and well-paid profession.

Our bachelor’s degree graduates often find management positions in these areas of construction:

  • Residential
  • Industrial
  • Commercial
  • Heavy civil

Upon graduation, you may also go on to earn your master’s degree in:

  • Architecture
  • Construction
  • Business management 

Job Opportunities



Declare Your Major

To declare your major, contact CM department secretary Andrea Stuart at 801-395-3427 or



CM Advising

Chris Soelberg
Program Coordinator


General Education Advising

Rainie Ingram
EAST Academic Advisor