Learn the various aspect of construction projects, such as scheduling, cost estimating and accounting, CAD, safety, human resources, machinery, and regulatory compliance, through our new bachelor’s degree in construction management.

Why Construction Management at Montana Tech?

The new construction management undergraduate program at Montana Tech provides students with comprehensive knowledge in the construction field, including project management through commissioning, life-cycle analysis, health and safety, contract laws, construction and project delivery methods, material selection, sustainability, plan reading, leadership, surveying, and communication skills.

The student will benefit from a low student-to-faculty ratio and an extraordinary hands-on learning environment.

Outstanding Faculty 

The Construction Management, B.S. is housed in the Department of Civil Engineering. In addition to learning from expert-level faculty, you will also be able to interact with them in a number of extracurricular activities, many of which involve construction management principles and interests. 

Hands-on Learning

When you graduate from Montana Tech you will have classroom and internship experience. Faculty mentors will connect you with high-quality internship placements so you will be ready for employment after graduation. 

Spectacular Location

Beyond having access to business internships and job opportunities, Montana Tech’s location in Butte, Montana, provides you with endless outdoor opportunities, including hiking, biking, skiing, and fishing. Historic Butte also offers a vibrant art scene, with galleries, music venues, festivals, and theaters.

Support for Your Career Success

Montana Tech prepares you to be highly sought after for jobs with a construction management degree. You’ll benefit from a highly engaged Career Services team, which will assist you in finding construction management internships and jobs.

What is Construction Management?

Construction management is a professional service that uses specialized management techniques to oversee a project's planning, design, and construction from beginning to end. A construction manager provides project owners with effective management of the project’s schedule, cost, quality, safety, scope, and function.

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