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Construction Management

Prospective Career Paths

The national average starting salary for construction management graduates is $59,600. However, the average starting salary of our graduates from May 2017 was $68,500. On average, our students had three job offers to choose from when they graduated. At the time of graduation in May 2017, 100% of our students were placed in a career. The industry is growing - it is a great time to be in construction!

With a degree in Construction Management you can:

  • Become a Licensed California Contractor
  • Become a Licensed California Architect
  • Become a Certified Professional Constructor
  • Continue your education in a Master's in Construction Management, Architecture, or Business Administration (MBA) with a construction emphasis


Enter the workforce in one of the many areas in the construction industry, including positions like:

  • Project Manager
  • Project Engineer
  • Estimator
  • Scheduler
  • Architectural Engineer
  • Real Estate Developer
  • Field Engineer
  • Architectural Representative
  • Design Coordinator
  • Engineer Representative
  • Safety Engineer
  • Building Inspector
  • Construction Manager
  • Construction Consultant 

Prospective Employers