Careers


Career Outlook

The Master of Science in Construction Management program prepares graduates for careers managing the major infrastructure projects of today. There is a growing need to maintain or replace the nation's aging roads, bridges, airports and other critical infrastructures. In addition, heavy construction projects are becoming more complex due to advances in technology and materials, environmental and energy concerns, legal issues and new management practices. As the nation invests in modernizing and replacing its infrastructure, heavy construction management professionals will be in great demand. Unlike design, construction management is a profession that cannot be outsourced and must be performed at the construction site.

Graduates of the Master of Science in Construction Management online program can find positions as project engineers, senior construction managers, construction project managers, owner's representatives and other related job roles.

Where Our Alumni Are Now

Alumni of the program work for a variety of companies, including:

  • Bechtel
  • Granite
  • Kiewit Infrastructure
  • Washington Department of Transportation

Questions?

We are happy to answer your questions and provide more information about the Master of Science in Construction Management online program.