Eastern Michigan University
Construction Management

The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management (CM) program focuses on teaching the technical and business skills required to prepare men and women for middle- and upper-level management in the construction industry. The CM major reflects the current needs and trends in the construction industry. It has been developed in cooperation with experts from the construction industry, guidelines established by major construction associations, and feedback from employers and graduates. The CM program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.

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Session:

9:00AM | TUESDAY, OCT. 27th, 2020

PANEL: Kick-off and Introduction to Construction Careers

What types of careers can you pursue in construction? Which ones will be in the greatest demand in the future? How do you choose one that might be right for you. This panel will represent careers in construction management, skilled trades, architecture and engineering and the pathways to get to those careers.

Panelist:

Benedict D. Ilozor, Ph.D., MNIA, FMA, AIA Assoc., LEED AP BD+C, Professor & Program Coordinator, Construction Management Programs, Eastern Michigan University

www.emich.edu/cot/faculty/faculty_profiles/benedict_ilozor.php

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Session:

1:00PM | TUESDAY, OCT. 27th, 2020

Overview of the Eastern Michigan University Construction Management Program

This session will discuss our Bachelor of Science in Construction Management degree. The program focuses on teaching the technical, and business skills required to prepare men and women for middle and upper-level management in the construction industry. The Construction Management major reflects the current needs and trends in the construction industry. The session will also offer a Q&A session for prospective students with faculty members and program alumni.

Facilitator: Adam Bogedain, Instructor of Construction Management, College of Engineering and Technology, Eastern Michigan University

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