Students in Hunt Center

Quick Facts

Successfully leading a construction project means you’ll oversee multimillion-dollar efforts from concept to completion, on time and within budget. This requires both an extensive understanding of the various trades and management skills, all of which you’ll gain through our bachelor’s degree in construction management.

As one of our students, you’ll learn from highly skilled faculty members with real-world experience, all under the guidance of an active advisory board of professionals in our industry. Class work focuses on the knowledge you need, using the latest technology in the construction industry.

You’ll also gain valuable field experience even before you graduate by completing at least two internships before you graduate. We also couple the construction-industry related courses you take with a required business administration minor that will help round out your education in management.

Requirements

Required Minor

In order to complete our major in construction management, you will need to complete a 15-credit minor in business administration. Learn more.

Required Internships

Every construction management major must complete two professional internships totaling at least 400 hours and at least 10 weeks. Learn more.

Computer Requirements

Before purchasing a computer, read our computer requirements for best results using Autodesk Revit and Navisworks applications. Learn more.

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If you’d like to learn more about our Bachelor of Construction Management degree, complete our online form. Or one of the best ways to get a true feel for Ball State is to see it for yourself, so schedule a visit today! And if you’re ready to apply, review our admission requirements and complete our online application.

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