in Construction Management allows you to learn the management, engineering,
technology, and production analysis behind residential, commercial, and highway
construction. Combining classroom study with field laboratory experience, you
will gain a clear understanding of the industry with courses such as;
excavation methods, surveying, estimating, construction equipment, material
testing, and structural analysis. To further enhance your education with
practical applications, you will gain a background in commercial explosives,
highway and bridge development, hydrology, 3-D surface modeling, and site
Upon completion of your construction management technology
degree, you will be prepared to begin your career as a production engineer,
engineering technologist, estimator, surveyor, or project manager. The job
outlook for graduates of this option is expected to remain high for many years
The Engineering Technology Bachelor Degree program within the Department of Applied Engineering and Technology is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
BS - Engineering Technology - Construction Management and Civil
Engineering Technology Option
Admission to Morehead State University (see MSU admission requirements).
Satisfy University admission requirements.
The requirements can be found on the MSU Admission
webpage. Please see the Curriculum Map
for specific courses for the option. To satisfy the mathematics requirement
of the program, a score of at least 20 on the Math portion of the ACT is
expected. Those students, desiring to enter the program, who do not possess
scores at 20 or above can be admitted provisionally to the