Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management

Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management

Future Start DateMarch 04


184 – 215


36 – 39 months

Following the curricular sequence

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Management program prepares the students to develop a career as Construction Managers. Students will analyze the management, supervision, direction, and coordination of the construction process. They will examine the importance of safety on site, prevention, personnel management, and investigation of accidents in diverse facilities. Students will analyze and debate the building construction codes and regulations. In addition, they will demonstrate knowledge of effective communication, project management, budgeting, scheduling, and logistics.

Bachelor     Construction Trades      English     Hybrid

Outstanding Courses

  • Engineering Graphics-Drawing
  • Building Foundations & Frameworks
  • Building Cost & Estimating
  • Construction Risk & Financial Management
  • Construction Performance & Quality Assurance
  • Project Management, Scheduling & Logistics
  • Construction Site Management
  • Contracts & Procurements
  • Labor Relations
  • Building Construction Law & Regulation

Possible Employment Opportunities

  • Construction Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Project Supervisor

License or related certification

LEED Green Associate
OSHA 10 Safety

Admission requirements

Students must transfer in credits from a construction trades diploma or degree program and meet completion requirements. Students must complete 184-215 credits to qualify for graduation. (See Additional Admissions Requirements and Graduation Requirements sections for more information.)

*These examples are intended to serve only as a general guide of possible employment opportunities. There are many factors that determine the job an individual may obtain, and Florida Technical College cannot guarantee its graduates any particular job. Program availability varies by campus.