The program fills a pressing need within the construction niche for people to conduct and manage activities inside the construction industry. It's been developed with significant industry guidance and assistance. The experts know that there's been substantial development in this industry, leading to lack of people using the training because of deficiencies in alignment of educational programs and industry needs. The objective of the Bs in Construction Management program would be to provide students having a well-rounded education in written and verbal communication, technical construction basic principles, mathematics, business, law, humanities, fine arts, and social, behavior and natural sciences which will ready them for any career at management, administrative, and possession positions within the construction industry.
This degree program will prepare a student for careers for example construction executive, project manager, project engineer/coordinator, area engineer, planning/arranging engineer, cost engineer, cost estimator, quality and safety controller, construction superintendent, and facilities engineer. Furthermore, graduates with experience, interest, and/or understanding about specific construction trades will manage to carrying out in a lot of management and administrative positions within particular subcontracting companies.
To get a Bs in Construction Management, students must complete a minimum of 180 models as articulated below to incorporate no less than 70.5 models from the College General Education needs 76.5 models which should be completed in the upper-division level and 45 models which should be carried out residence at National College. The next classes are specific degree needs. Even without the transfer credit, students might need to take additional general electives to fulfill the entire models for that degree. Students are required to own or get access to a pc and Web connection including an e-mail account outdoors of National College for course projects and projects. Make reference to the section on undergraduate admission methods for particular specifics of application and evaluation.