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Construction Management Schools

As a professor or instructor of construction management classes at one of the 655 accredited construction management schools in the country, you play a important role in shaping the education, and, in effect, the future of this growing field. The graphs, statistics and analysis below outline the current state and the future direction of academia in construction management, which encompasses construction management training at the following levels:

  • Construction Management Certificate
  • Associates degree in Construction Management
  • Bachelors degree in Construction Management
  • Masters degree in Construction Management


Professional Trends

National Employment growth for Construction management professionals

2,132,350 2,189,570 2,175,590 1,943,090 1,782,030
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Dark Yellow: Actual Values

In 2010, 1,782,030 construction management professionals were working in the US. Between 2006 and 2010, the number of construction management professionals has shrunk by 16%.

This decline is faster than the growth for all careers between the years 2006 and 2010, which was 1%. Over the next 7 years, this trend is expected to contine.

National Salary percentiles for Construction management professionals

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Construction management professionals in the US earned a median salary of $60,348 per year in 2010. The median yearly salary for construction management professionals in the US was 4% less than that for all professions, which was $68,155 per year.

National Median Salary Growth For Construction Management

$53,808 $55,906 $58,260 $59,586 $60,348
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Salaries

Between the years 2006 and 2010, salaries for construction management professionals have grown by 12%.

Educational Trends

National Construction Management Student enrollment growth by degree

1,723 1,903 2,018 2,179 2,356
2,885 3,249 3,875 4,297 4,691
0 0 0 0 0
211 237 228 312 411
4,563 4,618 3,423 3,059 4,187
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Yellow: Associate's Degree in Construction Management
  • Blue: Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management
  • Red: Doctorates Degree in Construction Management
  • Light blue: Master's Degree in Construction Management
  • Grey: Certificate in Construction Management

We are seeing a rapid change in the career outlook for construction management professionals. And the story on the educational front is similar. In 2006, 9,382 students graduated from construction management degree programs in the US. In 2010, 11,645 students graduated from construction management schools.

This represents a 24% change in 4 years. This growth in the number of students graduating from construction management courses is greater than the change nationally for students graduating from institutions for higher education in general, which has been a 12% growth from 2006 to 2010.

Construction Management Programs offered Nationwide


As student graduation numbers are up, the number of schools offering construction management programs has also increased. There were 414 construction management schools across the country in 2006. And there were 655 schools in 2010.

Construction Management Faculty Salaries

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