MSUM students are doing amazing things. Our students embrace diversity, challenges, opportunities, unique experiences and continue to produce incredible results. Our students participate in student organizations, attend and present at regional and national conferences, compete at regional and national competitions, collaborate on faculty-mentored projects, gain hands-on experience through internships, help coordinate community service projects, and more. Many have won prestigious scholarships for academic excellence and many have won awards for their stellar work inside and outside of the classroom. See what the students from the Construction Management program are doing.
Points of Pride
All Construction Management (CM) students sit for the CPC
Level 1, Construction Fundamentals Exam when they are enrolled in the CM 496
Capstone Experience. The exam, developed and monitored by the American
Institute of Constructors Certification Commission, has been given each
semester since 2000. MSUM students have scored at the national average or
higher 25 out of 30 times the exam has been given.
In spring of 2015, 12 CM students sat for the exam and
exceeded the national average in eight out the 10 categories on the exam. MSUM’s
average was 73% while the national average was 67.9%. Eight out of 12 students
passed the exam, with their scores ranging from 210 to a high of 261 out of 300
possible points. As a whole all scores
were well above previous semester.
Richard Doane, Construction Management Major