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Construction Management

How we shine...
Graduates are placed in all major cities in Louisiana as well as surrounding states
With few exceptions, every major construction firm in northeast LA either employs or is owned by a program graduate
Who to contact in Construction Management
Dr. Ed Brayton,

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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

About Construction Management...
The program 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. The program prepares students to manage, coordinate, and supervise the construction process from beginning to end. It is more business management oriented than engineering oriented.

What you can do with this degree:
Codes and Regulations, Facilities Management, Logistics and Materials Management, Project Estimating, Project Planning, Risk Management

"I have been blessed with a university that continues to exceed my expectations"
-Lindsey Eickman,
Construction Management Major

Our graduates have gone on to work at
Austin Industries, Bechtel, Charter Builders, Flour, Hensel Phelps, Jacobs Engineering, Lincoln Builders, Nabholz Construction, Spaw Glass, T.D. Industries

Check out some of our learning opportunities:
  • Numerous students obtain local and national internship positions
  • ULM Emerging Scholars
  • Arkansas AIC

Get involved beyond the classroom:
Sigma Lambda Chi, Construction Guild

Where are our faculty's interests?
All have significant experience in the construction field and have helped numerous local, regional, and state entities with construction-related problems. Most have served on local and state-wide boards. Faculty regularly make presentations to industry groups related to emerging trends in construction and on issues such as safety.

The program, accredited in 1976, was the first program accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE)