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Bachelor of Science Degree • School of Business and Justice Studies

Studying Construction Management: The UC Advantage

Construction Management at Utica CollegeWhether you're building an office complex or a career, you need to start with a strong foundation. That's what you'll get with Utica College's major in construction management.

The construction management program combines foundational study in management techniques with extensive real-world learning opportunities and an emphasis on professional responsibility. It gives you the tools you need to succeed in one of the world's most dynamic and rewarding industries.


The construction management major offers a balanced focus on: 
  • technical construction knowledge – regarding methods and materials, estimating, computer graphics, and surveying
  • the managerial, financial, and planning skills necessary for implementing construction activities. 
The curriculum also emphasizes excellence in oral and written communication, ethical business practices, and the principles of social stewardship.

For specific program details, see academic requirements >

Program Student Learning Goals

Career Outcomes

UC's construction management program prepares you for rewarding careers in every sector of the construction industry, including:
  • commercial
  • industrial
  • design build
  • heavy civil
  • residential applications
Graduates of UC's construction management program have taken leadership positions at: 
  • Hayner Hoyt Corporation, Syracuse, NY
  • Limbach Facility Services, LLC, Warrington, PA
  • Keller Foundations, Ondenton, MD
  • Turner Construction Company, Anaheim, CA
  • Lecesse Construction, West Henrietta, NY
  • Collins Scoville Architects, P.C., Albany, NY
  • HR Beebe Incorporated, Utica, NY
  • Hardin Construction, Atlanta, GA
  • Charles A. Gaetano Construction Corporation, Utica, NY
  • BBL Construction Services - Albany, NY

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