The Bachelor’s of Science in Construction Management offers two degree pathways and a minor:
Bachelor’s of Science in Construction Management (BSCM): Accredited degree offering cohort-based learning culminating in a final capstone project.
Bachelor’s of Science in Construction Management and Bachelor’s of Arts in Architectural Design (Dual Degree): Degree for students already admitted to the BA in Architectural Design major offering cohort-based learning culminating in a final capstone project.
CM Minor: Undergraduate minor open to any undergraduate student at UW
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Why pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management?
A bachelor’s degree in construction management is a great fit for students interested in business, science, engineering, and design. The cohort-based learning means that you will know all your classmates and professors and gain valuable experience working in teams, culminating in presenting a final capstone project to industry. Students who earn this degree are in demand to be hired as project engineers, estimators, project managers, and construction superintendents. Some students may elect to attend graduate programs in business, construction management, and the built environment.