Construction Management

M State's Construction Management degree prepares you with the skills needed to begin your career in the construction industry.

Construction managers focus on managing labor, material, equipment, time and money from the conception of a project through completion. As a student in M State's 66-credit Associate of Applied Science degree program, you'll learn industry skills including construction, drafting, business and management.

M State's comprehensive training will prepare you for an entry-level career in construction project management, supervision, estimating, scheduling, material testing or safety.

An advisory board comprised of local and regional industry members reviews our curriculum, ensuring that students are learning the skills sought by employers.

The Construction Management program is offered on our Moorhead campus.

Here is what you'll learn wds icon

  • Use construction management software to manage time and money
  • Estimate material, labor, equipment and subcontracts
  • Manage OSHA and industry safety programs
  • Develop and interpret construction drawings and specifications
  • Perform construction job site management tasks involving personnel, change orders and specification management
  • Use multiple software programs to develop drawings and construction documentation

Computer requirements

Many M State programs have specific computer requirements. Check here to see the requirements for this program.


Caleb Riermann

Caleb Riermann

Construction Management
I went to M State for Construction Management and had a job lined up before I left college. My current title is project manager/estimator, and I work for Amerect Inc.