Construction Management

Construction Management
construction supervisor

Construction Management

When students enter the School of Construction Management, they are empowered by ideas and motivation. We take those interests and forge them in a crucible of exciting and relevant coursework, hands-on instruction, an engaged and professional faculty, and relationships with industry leaders. The result is a graduate armed with best practices learned through countless hours in the laboratory, and the confidence to step into the workforce and into a rewarding career. 

The program prepares students to manage, coordinate, and supervise the construction process from beginning to end. As a professional degree program, it is more project management oriented than engineering oriented.

The Construction Management program’s mission is to provide the construction industry and related fields with highly trained and motivated graduates who are prepared for a professional career through specialized managerial, financial, and technical course work. 

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Construction Management in Photos

construction management student measuring
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construction management students on campus

What sets us apart?

American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) Accreditation

LEARN from the first fully accredited Construction Management program by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

Experienced faculty

BUILD your career using real-world, hands-on instruction from an experienced construction faculty.


PURSUE endowed ULM Construction Management student scholarships to help pay for your education.


GAIN essential experience from paid internships that often lead to job offers.


EARN your Associate Constructor Certification from the American Institute of Contractors (AIC) as part of your degree program.

Professional network

FORGE lasting personal and professional relationships with students, faculty, and contractors by joining the student-led construction organization.

Careers directly related to construction management are diversified and multi-faceted, yet they include a number of interrelated aspects that are consistent with construction standards and principles across the board. With what is available in the field, there are numerous choices for those who love building, creating and maintaining structures.

Careers you can have with a degree in construction management include:

  • Project Management
  • Project Estimating
  • Project Planning
  • Project Coordinator
  • Materials Management
  • Risk management
  • Safety Coordinator
  • General Contractor
  • Trade Contractor
  • Facilities Management


The Construction Management program boasts a combination of engaging coursework and hands-on labs. Students are introduced to real-world construction concepts and the practical applications necessary to pursue a rewarding, in-demand career. Students can expect to be immersed in classes that span this challenging career field, including: 

  • Construction contracts
  • Construction planning and scheduling
  • Construction estimating

Plus learn on the latest technology, including a state-of-the-industry computer lab, drones, project management and scheduling software, contract management, 2D and 3D conflict testing.


Join the Construction Management Student Association (CMSA)—a dynamic student organization for networking and interacting with fellow Construction Management students, graduates, and industry professionals.

Enjoy numerous other activities exclusively for construction students including:

  • Cookouts (lunches)
  • Crawfish boils 
  • Tailgating at football games
  • Designated ping pong area in the construction building  
  • Exclusive construction student lounge
  • Networking with IAC members

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