Construction Management

The University of Texas at Arlington

Master of Construction Management

Construction Management at UTA

  • More than $15,000 in scholarships available for Fall 2018
  • Projected growth in this field through 2026: 11%
  • Internships opportunities with industry partners
  • Salaries: $53,740 (low), $89,300 (median), $158,330 (high)*
      *Source: 2016 Bureau of Labor Statistics

Major in Construction Management

The construction industry is booming, and job growth is predicted to continue to rise over the next several years. Construction managers plan, construct, maintain, and manage facilities essential to modern, civilized human life. The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management program is the only one of its kind in North Texas. It will provide students with the knowledge and technical, administrative, and communication skills necessary to succeed in the construction industry. Students will be able to deliver sustainable construction projects with respect to scope, scheduling, budgeting, quality, safety, and the environment. Requirements and Course Descriptions

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Master of Construction Management
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Insternship/Co-ops Students


The Co-op/Internship Office helps students gain placement in co-op and intern positions that will give undergraduate students practical work experience. Internships are generally completed off-campus during a semester or summer term, while students participating in co-ops alternate between full-time work and attending classes, one semester at a time.

Companies where our students intern include AECOM, Austin Commercial, Baker Triangle, DMG Masonry, SEDALCO, TD Industries, Thompson Pipe Group, Turner Construction, BGE, Muckleroy & Falls, and Whiting-Turner.

Engineering at UTA

UTA's College of Engineering provides one of the most comprehensive engineering programs in the nation, with 11 baccalaureate, 14 master's, and nine doctoral programs. Students from around the world work with award-winning faculty in state-of-the-art facilities, acquiring the knowledge and skills they'll need to create viable solutions to today's most pressing problems.

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