In addition to having the region’s most affordable tuition, we offer thousands of dollars in scholarships every year. Learn more about scholarships and financial aid for your industrial technology degree at Wayne State College.
About the Construction Management Degree Program
Take a look out the window as you drive down the street. All around you are buildings that have stood the test of time, as well as new buildings popping up in urban and rural areas. As new businesses need new facilities and the population continues to grow, buildings are necessities. Contractors, engineers, and surveyors are needed in addition to construction crews to make these places a reality. Careers in commercial, residential, and civil construction are possible with a Construction Management degree from Wayne State College. In the Construction Management degree program, you'll get a balance of construction technology courses, business management courses, and the opportunity for internships with contractors throughout the program. You’ll learn computer-aided design (CAD), surveying, estimating, scheduling, OSHA safety, sustainability, and climate and energy control. Pair these courses with some business classwork along the way, and when you graduate, you’ll be ready to take on a career in construction management.
Percent of recent WSC graduates employed or in graduate school
based on the most recent graduate survey
Degrees offered: B.A. or B.S. in industrial technology/construction management
For concentration: 63
General education: 30
To graduate from WSC: 120
School: Business and Technology
Department: Technology and Applied Science
Construction Management Degree Outcomes
Wayne State has the keys to your success and offers just what you need to become well prepared for the real world in the construction management degree program.
- Manufacturing processes and systems
- Drafting and design
- Construction systems and technology
- Residential / technical drawing with computer-aided design (CAD) software
- Cabinetmaking and millwork
- Manufacturing technology
- Power, energy, and transportation systems
- Electronics and electricity
- Management software applications
- Construction manager
- General contractor
- Project manager
- Cost estimator
- Building inspector
- Construction safety supervisor
- Property or facility manager
- Equipment manager
- Contractor sales agent
- Construction companies
- Architecture firms
- Engineering firms
- Infrastructure companies
- Government / federal agencies
- Fabrication companies
- Schools, colleges, and universities
- Transportation companies
- Power and utility companies
- Self-employed contractor
Learn From the Best
Our faculty are accomplished. Several are highly regarded as experts and have been recognized with notable honors and awards. And with a low student-to-faculty ratio, you'll be sure to receive an excellent education in the construction management degree program.
Jessie Piper, MSE
Outside the Classroom
At Wayne State College, you’ll have opportunities to enhance your education in the construction management degree program by participating in clubs, organizations, internships, and more.
Clubs and Organizations
Make a difference in the community while learning skills you can apply toward your future career. Wayne State’s Service-Learning program has received national awards in recognition of outstanding community service, with more than 400 students participating in Service-Learning projects each semester. Projects in this field include building and rehabilitating houses with local Habitat for Humanity affiliates and homeowners.
- Field trips – Visit local construction and manufacturing facilities to meet pros in the industry and get a peek at operations behind the scenes to watch how things are made.
- Peer tutoring and mentoring programs – Help fellow students master their courses and improve their skills, or be part of a support system for new students, all while gaining valuable experience for your resume.
You’ll have a chance to work with local companies in this field to help gain experience and earn credit toward your degree in construction management. Career Services is also available to help you find the best internship opportunities.