B.S., Civil Engineering
Civil Engineers design the infrastructure of our world, from bridges and freeways to sewer systems and libraries. Their work touches nearly every facet of our society’s everyday lives, including but not limited to structures, water supply, waste management, materials, construction, geotechnical, the environment and transportation. Their work is vital, particularly in Southern California where environmental, …
B.S., Construction Management
The construction industry is the single largest industry in America, accounting for 14 percent of the nation’s Gross National Product (GNP). Students interested in becoming a construction manager need a solid background in building science, business and construction management. They need to understand contracts, plans and specifications, and they have to be knowledgeable about construction …
Minor in Construction Management
The minor in Construction Management consists of 23 units.
M.S., Structural Engineering
The Master of Science in Structural Engineering consists of 30 units.
Construction Management Certificate
Construction Management Certificate The Construction Management Certificate program is intended to serve owners’ representatives, consulting engineers, architects, design engineers, contractors and subcontractors who have a bachelor of science, but not necessarily in construction. Individuals with the certification will have knowledge of the fundamental principles of construction management, contract administration and construction law, especially for projects performed using …