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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
  • Office Engineer
  • Architectural Representative
  • Design Coordinator
  • Engineer Representative
  • Safety Engineer
  • Building Inspector
  • Construction Manager
  • Construction Consultant

Prospective Employment

Upon graduation from our program, our students are equipped with the skills necessary to become successful employees at small and large construction companies alike. Every year we have graduates who pursue careers in commercial, heavy civil, and residential construction, as well as with specialty contractors. We also have some entrepreneurial students who begin their own construction company. Due to the curated mix of construction and business courses, our students are prepared to pursue their construction career from both technical and business perspectives.