Construction Management is an interdisciplinary curriculum that provides a background in construction means and methods, business administration, communication skills, architectural and engineering fundamentals, applied science, and mathematics.
The Construction Management program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) and was most recently re-accredited in 2015. ACCE accreditation requires that information regarding program goals and objectives, operating procedures, and performance assessment planning and data is readily accessible to the public.
A Bachelor of Science degree at Illinois State requires a minimum of 120 credit hours. Of these total hours, the Construction Management major requires 91 credit hours of coursework. The major hours are divided into four areas: General Education, Construction Management Core, Construction Management Electives, and Management Core courses.
To learn more about each course, the prerequisites, and any additional degree requirements, please review the Illinois State University Catalog. The following information is for students in the 2017-2018 catalog.
Students in the Construction Management major are required to complete 800 hours of work experience. To satisfy this requirement, students may complete an internship, (TEC 398 Professional Practice), and/or complete and document a minimum of 800 hours of construction management work experience. This must be done prior to enrolling in the senior capstone course, (TEC 394) Construction Management and Administration.