Construction Management Degrees
THE PROGRAM'S STRUCTURE
The Construction Management Baccalaureate program requires the completion of 132 credits. Most classes are scheduled in the evening at the Pratt Manhattan Center so that students who wish to work part-time or full-time and complete the requirements of their academic program as a part-time or full-time student may do so. Students can choose to take their Liberal Arts courses at either the Pratt Manhattan Center in the evenings or the Brooklyn Campus during the day. Students may vary the program through their choice of electives to emphasize architectural, real estate or other construction related roles.
Bachelor of Professional Studies in Construction Management (BPS)
Candidate for accreditation by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE). Students who graduate from this program are equipped to immediately enter the work force in Construction and/or Project Management with success.
Bachelor of Science in Construction Management (BS)
This program was developed for transfer students and students pursuing a second Baccalaureate degree. Those entering with acceptable transfer credits may complete the program in less than four years.
Associate of Applied Science in Building and Construction (AAS)
Offered for students seeking a foundation in building science and for students who may not desire to complete the Baccalaureate program. The Building and Construction program requires the completion of 68 credits.
Non - Degree
Persons interested in taking Construction Management courses for credit as a non-matriculated student may do so by applying directly to the Registrar's office. These credits are transferable.
Second Baccalaureate Degree
The Department of Construction Management offers a Second Pratt Baccalaureate Degree to persons who have successfully completed the requirements for the Pratt five year Bachelors of Architecture degree plus a Construction Management Minor. The Candidate must first be accepted by the Office of Admissions for degree matriculation into the Bachelors of Science in Construction Management Program. The Candidate must complete a minimum of 32 credits in Construction Management. This may be completed within two semesters.
Request information on Construction Management.
Admitted students may wish to talk with the Chairperson of Construction Management before registration for courses. An appointment should be made in advance.