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Construction management is guiding a construction project from conception to completion. It entails the design, contracting, and supervision of construction projects. Students studying construction management gain an overview of essential engineering basics. They obtain knowledge of business accounting, cost control, project analysis, architectural drafting, supervision of construction projects, and more.
Construction Management offers a path that leads to professional management in the construction of buildings, transportation systems, industrial systems, and energy-related construction projects. Construction Management enables students to apply advanced materials, construction, and design techniques to construction problems. Students learn to organize the available workforce and materials to design, manage, and support construction projects.
Construction managers usually enjoy problem solving, science, and engineering. They have some artistic abilities, and they possess both managerial and technical skills. People involved with construction management like to stay current on technological advances. They have computer skills and also work well with people.
College of Physical Science & Engineering Academic Discovery Center
Location: Austin 106C