Regardless of which program you’re interested in in the Department of Construction Management and Interior Design, you’ll develop highly demanded skills that meet current and essential trends like sustainability and healthcare. Our students gain professional experience working with real clients and work in vibrant, collaborative settings alongside their classmates and faculty members.
Gain an extensive understanding of both the various trades and management skills needed to successfully steer a multimillion-dollar construction project. Learn more.
Complement a major in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, or business by taking classes that will give you the skills needed for a successful career in a fast-growing field. Learn more.
Offered only to construction management majors, this minor is a required part of the degree’s curriculum that helps develop the general business and management skills. Learn more.
Provide resilient, sustainable, and adaptive design solutions that enhance the function, safety, and aesthetic quality of indoor environments as a professional interior designer. Learn more.
Open only by permission, our 24-credit interior design minor is a valuable complement for many disciplines, such as architecture, landscape architecture, construction management, journalism, theatre, or art. Learn more.
Advance or begin your career with a rigorous and innovative all online program. You’ll learn design theory, environmental psychology, graphic communication skills, and more. Learn more.
Develop a specialization in designing, managing, and evaluating the unique needs of healthcare facilities with this all-online, 12-credit graduate program. Learn more.