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California State University, East Bay
Construction Management B.S.

The Department of Engineering offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management designed for individuals who are planning to advance their knowledge and careers for managing construction projects.

The goals of the B.S. in Construction Management are to prepare effective managers for public and private construction projects, to prepare the workforce required for the state`s transportation infrastructure improvements, and to enable high school graduates, transfer students and working professionals to assume leadership roles in the construction industry. Students will take required courses in computer aided construction design, construction material and methods, legal and environmental issues in construction, project planning and control, project management, soil mechanics and cost estimating. Issues in construction safety, building codes, electrical and mechanical systems and cost accounting are also covered. Students will also have a broad choice of electives from courses in construction management, engineering, or business to personalize their expertise.

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