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Construction Management

Construction Management

Temporary Virtual Services

The physical office for the Construction Management Department is closed until further notice. However, most services are still available via email or online. If you are a current student and have questions regarding your class, please email your professor directly.
Faculty information is listed in Faculty and Staff. For advising, please email the advisor assigned to you, which can be found in your portal. For general questions, please email Chris Souder csouder@csuchico.edu or Mandy Thomas mkthomas@csuchico.edu.

“The construction management department at CSU, Chico is proud of the fact that they have been accredited by the American Council for Construction Education since 1987.”

Mission

The mission of the Chico State Construction Management Department, in collaboration with our industry partners, is to be the recognized leader in Construction Management education.

With a focus on the development of versatile students through theoretical and applied learning, our diverse industry experienced faculty will meet the erver-changing demands of the profession by continuously improving curriculum, providing student mentoring, and service learning opportunities. 

Our graduates will have the tools to grow into the industry leaders of tomorrow. 

Message from Department Chair

The construction management program at CSU, Chico has graduated over 2,900 students since 1977 going into the construction field and managing the construction of schools, hospitals, bridges, highways, dams, water systems, hotels, offices and industrial plants throughout California, the US and the world.

During this academic career, students of construction management experience the tradition of community service, competition and teamwork. Students experience real-life scenarios of coordinating, designing, managing and building a multitude of community service projects in Chico and sometimes-other communities. These projects help people that cannot help themselves. Students also compete against other construction management programs around the country in different construction management competitions. These competitions usually involve planning, estimating, scheduling and contractibility type issues. The construction management students at CSU, Chico also have the opportunity to be involved with several different clubs that represent different sectors of our industry.

We, the faculty of construction management, would like to congratulate past graduates of our program and welcome new students into our academic community.

Chris Souder, Chair

Company Recruiting

Company Recruiting

Why Construction Management?

From countless job opportunities to great student organizations, there are many reasons to choose Construction Management as a major.