Best Colleges for Construction Management

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the industry of construction management to grow by 8% through 2029, good news for young people with a passion pursuing a degree in this field. A bachelor’s degree can put students on the path toward becoming facilities managers, site engineers, surveyors, sustainability consultants, or even down the road—senior level managers and executive for large construction companies. This is one academic major where attending the best programs in the country doesn’t involve getting in line to attend an Ivy League or other highly-selective college. In fact, many schools on College Transitions’ list of Best College for Construction Management are public state universities that accept the majority of applicants each year and charge reasonable tuition rates as an added bonus.

Click the links below for more information about each college’s construction management program. Click here to read our methodology.

Appalachian State University

Arizona State University

Brigham Young University

Clemson University

Colorado State University

Drexel University

Louisiana State University

Michigan State University

Milwaukee School of Engineering

Mississippi State University

Northern Arizona University

Ohio State University

Oklahoma State University

Purdue University

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

University of Cincinnati

University of Florida

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

University of North Carolina Charlotte

University of Oklahoma

University of Wisconsin-Stout

Virginia Tech

Washington State University

Wentworth Institute of Technology

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