B.S. in Construction Science and Management
The Bachelor of Science in construction science and management prepares students to manage resources such as labor, material, equipment, time and money to meet client expectations of quality, safety, scheduling and cost. This engineering-based curriculum is designed to produce industry-leading construction professionals.
Explore resource management including budget, scheduling and material procurement.
Understand the comprehensive process of determining total cost of construction.
Work on project procurement options, design decisions, constructability reviews, value
engineering, feasibility studies and more.
Learn direct, on-site, day-to-day coordination of the construction process.
Key academic areas
Why construction science and management?
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Construction science and management and its partner program architectural engineering
prepare students to work effectively in an integrated architecture-engineering-constructor
team, producing sustainable solutions for new and existing buildings.
Construction science and management graduates stand at the forefront to —
- implement complex designs in an evolving industry.
- ensure minimal impact to the environment.
- enforce job-site safety.
- communicate with the design team and owner.
- incorporate technology in the construction process.
- revitalize existing construction.
- minimize costs and maximize the construction budget.
Construction science and management graduates pursue careers in —
- project engineers
- production supervisors
- quality control managers
- building inspectors
- field engineers
- construction managers
- cost engineers
The construction science and management internship program has 100 percent placement opportunities within a vast range of high-paying careers for students. Companies recruit students directly through the department.
K-State construction science and management alumni live in 45 states and 8 countries.
Career placement and salary data provided by the K-State Career Center. Career placement includes K-State College of Engineering graduates who are employed or enrolled in graduate or professional schools within six months of graduation.