Construction Science and Management

The field of construction and construction technology is rapidly changing. The construction science and management program at K-State will prepare you to be a professional constructor and competent resources manager. With the effective supervision of resources such as manpower, materials, equipment, time and money, you can effectively meet project expectations of quality, safety, scheduling and cost.

Employment opportunities are diversified and are available not only in the construction industry, but also in related fields such as the building material industry and land development. With a degree in construction science and management, you can choose to specialize in different aspects of the construction field – general, heavy, highway, utility, or specialty construction.

Possible Career Paths and Specializations

Construction Manager
Construction Estimating, Scheduling, & Operations
Construction and Building Inspector
Construction Laborers

Related construction science and management links

K-State Department of Construction Science and Management

Associated General Contractors (AGC)

Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA)

The Construction Specifications Institute

American Society for Engineering Education

Construction Science and Management is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.