Construction managers plan, direct, coordinate and budget a variety of projects, including building residential, commercial or industrial structures, roads, bridges, wastewater treatment plants, schools and hospitals. They may supervise an entire project or just part of one. They may coordinate selection, hiring and oversight of specialty trade contractors.
Our program can help you become a construction supervisor or superintendent, project manager or general construction manager. Our graduates also work in support roles such as office manager, project engineer, estimator, purchasing agent, project/contract administrator, safety director or scheduler. If you already have one of these positions, the degree will complement your skills and training.
The program features an internship to give you real-life experience and a knowledge base for success in this field.
Many of the construction management courses (with a CSMG prefix) are delivered online each year. Traditional classes are held at the Builders' Association Education and Training Center at 105 W. 12th Avenue, North Kansas City, Missouri. The general education courses may be taken at any MCC campus.