Construction Management

Degree program at Bay College

Smiling construction worker wearing an orange vest and blue hard hat

Why Construction Management?

Construction Management deals with the on-site aspects of a construction project. Construction managers work directly with engineers, materials, and use various techniques, to take designs and transform them into real construction units. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics states that there will be an 11% increase in Construction Management jobs by 2026. Construction Manager Salaries, average base pay – 70,734 USD/year.

Below are listed some of the most popular jobs in this field and the average annual salaries in the United States according to Glassdoor, Inc.

  • Construction Project Manager – 88,000 USD/year
  • Construction Project Engineer – 67,000 USD/year
  • Facilities Manager – 65,000 USD/year
  • Sustainability Consultant – 65,000 USD/year
  • CAD Technician – 49,000 USD/year


Why Bay College?

The Construction Management program at Bay College offers you the chance to earn all of your liberal studies credits as you complete all of your Michigan Transfer Agreement requirements.

Degree Options
Certificate/DegreeCompletion CreditsContact Hours
Construction Management60.00

Beyond Bay College

Students interested in transferring to a four-year institution to obtain a bachelor's degree or higher may find opportunities in the following areas of study:

Career Opportunities

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