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Career Opportunities

The Construction Management program boasts a 100% placement rate among its graduates over the last three years.  Students that complete this degree plan are able to be employed in numerous areas within the construction industry.  Additionally, students have landed positions within city planning, higher educational settings and starting or continuing successful private business ventures.

Overall, the construction industry in the United States is expected to grow by 16.6% and see a growth-in-pay of 70% by the year 2020, according to a recent Forbes magazine study.

Information received from recent graduates indicates starting salaries range from $60,000-$85,000.

Positions held by recent graduates:
Project Engineer
Project Manager
Field Engineer
Project Superintendent
Construction Manager
Industrial Project Engineer
Mechanical Contractor
Civil Project Manager
Process Technician
Modeling Integrator
Product Development Specialist
Estimator
Safety Director
Operations Supervisor
Project Coordinator