- Major Courses and General Education Courses
- Admission and Transfer Requirements
- Graduation Requirements
Why Choose Construction Management?
The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management produces graduates who are prepared to manage the entire construction process. This industry-driven degree blends technical instruction in construction and engineering with strong business education. It builds on a foundation strong in basic construction technology, mathematics, science and general education with program courses covering project costs, estimating, economics, scheduling, contracts, safety, engineering fundamentals, technical communication, advanced computer software and technology, and business management.
Program is offered full-time at the main campus in Big Rapids, MI and a part-time three-year rotation cohort is available at Ferris Statewide Grand Rapids, MI.
The construction industry has more than 650,000 employers with over 6 million employees and creates nearly $1 trillion worth of structure each year. It accounts for 4% of the US GDP. The United States is the second-largest construction market in the world.
Accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE), the Construction Management program at Ferris fills a vital need for time, cost, and quality control in construction projects through the application of proper management tools in the many construction industry sectors - commercial, industrial, civil, and residential.
With proper education and training, Construction Management graduates can anticipate obtaining leadership positions in general contracting, construction management, project coordination, field supervision, quality assurance/control, safety, development, field inspection, and subcontracting. There are also opportunities as estimators, schedulers, developers, and owner's representatives.
School of Built Environment
Construction Technology & Management Programs
605 S. Warren Avenue, GRN 227
Big Rapids, MI 49307-2280
Email: [email protected]
Construction Technology & Management Part-Time @ Ferris Statewide Grand Rapids
151 Fountain Street, NE
Grand Rapids MI 49503
Email: [email protected]
The College of Engineering Technology Construction Management Bachelor Degree program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE). The next accreditation review is scheduled for 2024.
Construction Management - 122-123 Credits
100 & 200 Level CONM, BCTM, CETM