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Construction Management Overview

Weber State’s construction management emphasis prepares students for high-paying careers with valuable skills in construction technology, construction sciences, business and more.

Construction Management Highlights

The construction management program offers evening classes, allowing working students to fit school into their busy schedules.

Weber State’s construction management students have won regional college construction management program competitions, regional Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) competitions and the Ethics Award the American Institute of Constructors (AIC).

Matt Brower

Class of 2009

“The construction management program is great for those who are looking to jumpstart or enhance their career in the construction industry. It has been designed to give students a broad, but thorough, understanding of construction, and gives them the tools necessary to become valuable assets for employers and to develop successful and lucrative careers for themselves.”

What You’ll Learn at Weber

Weber State’s construction management emphasis teaches you concepts such as:

  • Pre-construction process and delivery methods
  • Construction process in commercial and heavy civil construction
  • Legal implications of construction contracts
  • Current software application for construction
  • Surveying techniques
  • Quality assurance and control
  • Project and site safety
  • Accounting, cost control and profit maximization

What You Can Do after Weber

Graduates often find exciting, flexible and well-paid management positions in:

  • Residential construction
  • Industrial construction
  • Commercial construction
  • Heavy civil construction

You’ll also be prepared to enter graduate programs in:

  • Architecture
  • Construction
  • Business management

Career & Salary Outlook

Common careers for construction management graduates in the U.S. and Utah
Descriptions, job outlook, salary information and more ...
(Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics,