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Construction Management

Major in Construction Management

Bachelor of Science Degree

The major in Construction Management (reference number 533) leads to a Bachelor of Science degree. A minor or second major is not required. The curriculum requires a total of 120 hours: (56 technical specialty hours, 36 hours of general education, plus 28 hours of other requirements.) Course requirements for the major are shown below.

 Students should consult with an advisor in planning their four-year degree program. A four year plan of study (semester by semester) is outlined below and is available in the Departmental Office, ESTB 204.


Career Opportunities

Specialty Average Salary
Construction Manager $82,790
Installation & Repair Supervisor $62,540
Cost Estimator $58,860


Source: Occupational Outlook Handbook 2014-2015 (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Summary of positions held by Alumni of Architectural & Manufacturing Sciences Department.



You can see detailed course descriptions by clicking the WKU Course Search link to the right. In the dropdown box, choose the appropriate subject area and click "Go". For curriculum information, click on the CM Curriculum PDF above.







Department of Architectural & Manufacturing Sciences
Environmental Science & Technology (EST)
Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd. # 51066
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1066
Phone: (270) 745-3251
Fax:  (270) 745-5946
Program Coordinator: Dr. Bryan Reaka
Department Chair: Dr. Greg Arbuckle
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