Welcome! Browse below and to the right to learn more about the Construction Management program at CSU.
If you would like to meet with a CM academic advisor for more information or to discuss your plans to pursue the Construction Management major at CSU, contact the CM Advising Office by calling (970) 491-7354 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone and in-person appointments are available.
If you are a current CSU student looking to add a Construction Management major, please sign up for a Change of Major Workshop here.
If you are a current CSU student looking to add a Construction Managment minor, please call the CM Advising Office at 970-491-7354 to set up an appointment.
Construction management is the overall planning, coordination, and control of a project from inception to completion. The CM major addresses issues related to the management of multiple project sites and the applications of resource management, schedule control, cost control, design and other requirements of the construction process.
The Construction Management department at Colorado State University is committed to providing an equal opportunity program for underrepresented populations in our student body and the construction industry, including all genders, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans.
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Discover why a career in Construction Management is a great choice for students who enjoy problem solving, teamwork, hands-on-learning, and leadership. We invite you to explore the construction management major and career opportunities while participating in hands-on activities and learning from current students and staff.
To apply to CM, Pre-CM students must meet the minimum requirements outlined here.
See B.S. in Construction Management for the course checksheet, course flowchart, and course descriptions.
As part of the Construction Management major all students are required to complete 24 weeks of full-time structured internship experience within the construction industry to satisfy their degree. See Careers & Internships for more information.
Students planning to transfer to CSU to pursue Construction Management should consult with our academic advisor early in the planning process to determine transfer equivalencies and applicability of transfer coursework to the required CM curriculum.
Once you apply to CSU, the Registrar’s Office will complete a transfer evaluation and provide a report of how your undergraduate courses transfer to CSU. The CM academic advisor uses this report to identify how your transfer coursework applies to the required CM curriculum and determine the remaining courses required to complete a major in Construction Management.
For information on admission to Colorado State University visit www.admissions.colostate.edu