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Pre-Architecture Overview

Weber State’s construction management program provides highly valued skills, knowledge and experience for leadership positions in the construction industry.

Pre-Architecture 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).

Beyond the Classroom

As a construction management major, you can put what you learn in class to use and boost your resume through mock bid challenges.

You can gain practical experience through job and internship opportunities offered to construction management technology students by local companies.

As a senior, you’ll complete a project that covers the application of skills, knowledge, techniques and concepts of an actual construction project.


Victoria Smith

Class of 2018

“The reason I chose the program was the convenience of classes for non-traditional students. Another huge perk was the job placement and connections of the students. I was able to get job placement within the industry within a couple months of starting the program.”

What You’ll LEARN at Weber

In our associate’s degree program, you’ll get hands-on training and develop fundamental construction management skills. While earning your bachelor’s degree, you’ll learn skills for leadership positions in either construction management or facilities management.

Construction management covers pre-construction process and delivery methods and current software application for construction. Facilities management includes efficiency of operations and maintenance to reduce downtime of mission-critical assets.

What You CAN DO After Weber

Construction management majors go on to exciting, flexible and well-paying professions. Many construction management graduates hold positions in residential, industrial, commercial and heavy civil construction. Facility management graduates find careers managing facilities for a wide range of industries, including local, state and federal agencies, higher education and healthcare.

Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared for graduate studies in architecture, construction, and business management.

If you have questions, contact a WSU Career Advisor.