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Construction Management, BPS

Construction management students are guided on the use of a yellow topographic device as an instructor speaks to them.

The day-to-day challenges of construction management make for some of the most demanding assignments in the world, whether the construction of a towering skyscraper or a low-rise condo. Construction management is a collaborative effort, there are no major projects that are built without this crucial team in place. Pratt has the distinction of being one of the first, and one of the few, schools in the nation to offer this degree program.

Overview

The Construction Management bachelor’s degree program requires the completion of 121 credits.

During the first two years of study, students take a combination of classes during the day and in the evening. Junior- and senior-year required courses are offered in the evening to encourage students to engage in an internship and to accommodate working professionals in the field. Students may vary the program through their choice of electives that emphasize architecture, real estate, or other construction and built environment related roles.

Students who graduate from this program are equipped to immediately enter the built environment workforce in construction and/or project management related positions with success. This four-year program provides the full breadth of courses, including leadership, project controls and financial management as well as technical building sciences.