Build the Future.
Construction and Facility Managers develop the contemporary landscape of cities and countries. Their work is a reflection demonstrated through our modern buildings and the products that we use in our life.
This degree consists of a broad based industrial, technical and professional core of Project Management courses supplemented with construction and facility management applications, theories, and practices. Students are exposed to other influences such as professional business courses, technical hands-on skills, problem solving, operations management and design technologies, which help broaden their scope of the modern construction industry.
Why Construction and Facility Management?
- Hands-on experience in many technical labs.
- Help build your community.
- Lead the future development of construction and other industry.
- Industry benefit packages are better than most.
- Construction and Facility Managers have numerous opportunities in the growing construction & production industry.
- Good wages.
There are many career opportunities for Bemidji State University Technology, Art, and Design graduates. Most Construction and Facility Management graduates find employment in their field within the first year of graduation. Our students can be found in management positions in The Rottlund Co. Inc. (residential home construction), Kraus/Anderson Construction Co. Inc. (commercial construction), Fagen Inc. (heavy, industrial construction) and interning at The Institute of Environmental Assessment. For more information visit Career Outlooks at career services.
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- Current Class Schedule
- Master Course Schedule
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- Student Graduation Rates
- Mean Grade Point Averages (Fall 16: 2.94)
- Promotions Achieved: The job advancement of Technology programs graduates is tracked on a regular basis (every five years). It has been found that 56% of our graduates received a job advancement in the past three years. For those who did not get advancement in the past three years, 33% expecting a job advancement in 3 to 5 years and 67% are expecting to get a job advancement within 6 to 7 years.
- Average Years to Complete the Degree
Please contact Dr. Tim Brockman to discuss your degree options and learn more about the program.