Drexel’s Minor in Construction Management provides critical knowledge for individuals working in closely related fields such as civil engineering, architecture, architectural engineering, and business administration, making them more competent participants in the increasingly complex construction business environment.
Construction is a technically driven, complex business that requires knowledgeable, highly skilled managers to lead operations. There is and will be a continuing demand for professionals with specialized knowledge of the construction industry.
Construction practitioners work in various construction organizations such as construction management firms, general contractors, specialty contractors, design-builders, consulting engineers, architects, and real estate developers. Construction practitioners are also employed in various capacities representing project owners, suppliers, regulators, lenders, and other stakeholders involved with construction.
The Construction Management minor consists of eight courses, designed to prepare those in related fields for an entry-level position in the construction industry.
For more detailed information about the required coursework please visit the Drexel University Course Catalog.