Overview The Construction Management program at Drexel University has been growing and developing with the industry since its inception in the early 1970's. While an understanding of the technical aspects of construction is extremely important, it is also essential that construction professionals become proficient in management and leadership skills. These critical competencies can be developed through formal construction education at the university level. The Construction Management program at Drexel shares many of the advantages inherent to the University: cooperative education, application of technology and a major metropolitan setting. Full-time and adjunct faculty have extensive industry experience and strong academic credentials. The program is supported by a very proactive industry advisory council (CMAC) comprised of professionals from top national and regional firms. Professional construction industry leaders earn excellent salaries and derive great satisfaction working in any of the many sectors of the construction industry. For information regarding potential career paths, please visit the “Career Opportunities” pages in each of the degree programs.