The BS Degree in Construction Management from Minnesota State Moorhead provides a unique blend of construction knowledge and business know-how through classes offered on campus and online. Throughout your academic training, you will get hands-on experience to prepare you for a professional career managing and leading projects in the construction industry. You’ll also take construction classes in estimating, project management and scheduling, safety, equipment and more. Our program is the first ACCE-accredited Construction Management program in Minnesota.
MSU Moorhead offers the first ACCE-accredited Construction Management program in Minnesota. (American Council of Construction Education (ACCE)) Learn more about MSUM’s Accreditation and Assessment.
CM classes average 24 students to ensure you’re getting the most individualized attention possible. The camaraderie among students and faculty is evident by faculty diligently helping students successfully interview for internships and jobs.
Our faculty members have industry experience in the areas of energy, heavy/civil, industrial and water/wastewater, and commercial and residential construction.
Area alumni and industry leaders share their real-world experiences by regularly presenting to CM classes. They are also enthusiastic mentors who present networking and internship opportunities for students.
Classes offered online and on-campus allow you to complete the degree in a way that fits your lifestyle.
Many construction companies that routinely hire MSUM CM graduates state they are exceptionally prepared to enter the workforce upon graduation.
Construction Management Student Success Stories
From March 7-13, 2021, Minnesota State University Moorhead (MSUM) is uplifting women making an impact in the community during Women in Construction Week.
Austin Mehr ’21 wasn’t sure a four-year degree was for him. A presentation at M State by a Minnesota State University Moorhead construction management faculty member inspired him to complete his four-year degree at MSUM.
Jason Flack '02 knew early on that he wanted to pursue a career in the construction industry. He enjoyed the labor but couldn’t see himself swinging a hammer for the rest of his life.
Construction Management majors experience many professional development opportunities in and out of the classroom to further your skill set, encourage social and industry networking and promote volunteerism.