BACHELOR OF SCIENCEConstruction Engineering Technology and Management


Are you an aspiring leader? Do construction projects intrigue you? Are you fascinated by engineering? If so, Lawrence Tech’s Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Technology and Management might the ideal program for you. A degree in this field from LTU provides a strong concentration in construction engineering applications and construction project management – which are critical skills for a career in construction management.

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As a construction manager, you’ll plan, direct, and coordinate a wide variety of projects, including the building of all types of residential, commercial, and industrial structures, roads, bridges, wastewater treatment plants, schools, and hospitals. Whether you work for a company or as an independent consultant, you’ll also oversee the entire project, which includes scheduling and coordinating all design and construction processes, as well as the selection, hiring, and supervision of specialty trade contractors. LTU’s strong construction program will prepare you to assume management, entrepreneurial, and leadership roles after only a few years in the field.

Why LTU?

  • Lawrence Tech has successfully educated leaders in the fields of construction and design for nearly 90 years
  • The University’s role as a leading research center with state-of-the-art facilities gives you access to applied research projects, cutting-edge concepts, and the latest technologies
  • Small class sizes and strong faculty with excellent industrial experience make this program highly responsive to your individual needs, including those of working professionals who enroll part-time
  • A focus on teamwork and communication will provide you with excellent preparation for the realities of today’s collaborative workforce

Student Feature


Nick Sytsma

Project Engineer, Barton Malow Company

"Lawrence Tech’s implementation of the Body of Knowledge provided me with the foundation for a successful future in civil engineering.”

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