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  • Contruction Management

Construction Management

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  • Construction Management

    The Construction Management program at MSU Moorhead is accredited by American Council of Construction Education (ACCE). Courses include construction estimating, project scheduling, construction materials and methods, surveying, project management, construction equipment, and safety on the job site. The CM curriculum also includes many business classes in areas such as accounting, economics, and management.

    The four-year degree in construction management from MSUM offers employers a unique blend of construction and engineering expertise coupled with management-level training that poises graduates for greater earning potential and upward mobility into senior management roles. Students can earn their four-year Construction Management degree from MSU Moorhead on the North Hennepin Community College campus in Brooklyn Park, MN or on the MSUM campus in Moorhead, MN.

     


  • Moorhead Magazine in your mailbox and online

    The Spring issue of Moorhead Magazine was delivered to campus mailboxes last week and is also available to view online. This issue features stories from the Bakken—but not the same stories you read elsewhere. Read about how alumni artists are responding to North Dakota’s oil boom, and view the extended art gallery online; journalists report […]

    Dr. Ruth Lumb appointed as Associate Editor in economics and business journal

    Dr. Ruth Lumb, Paseka School of Business has been appointed as Associate Editor to the Indian Journal of Economics & Business.

    Business in China and Latin America event tomorrow

    Come hear experts speak on business in China & Latin America tomorrow, Wednesday, April 8. China in CB 111/102 @ noon. Latin American in CMU Ballroom starting @ 2:00 PM. More information here.

    Pasekas Donate $5 Million to MSUM

    Business School Renamed Paseka School of Business Rodney and Carolyn Paseka have donated $5 million to Minnesota State University Moorhead’s School of Business. Located in the Center for Business, the school will be renamed the Paseka School of Business in honor of this generous gift. The Paseka’s philanthropy will extend beyond the naming of the […]

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