The mission of the Construction Management program is to transform the built environment by building sustainably. Students integrate design, technology, business analytics, and executive skills with sustainability and the liberal arts, using experiential, hands-on learning to advance as agile, future-ready leaders and entrepreneurs in the developer, construction, and design-related industries.Apply Request Information Take a Tour
Apply human-centered design principles when finding solutions to industry challenges and hands-on project work.
Apply business models, ranging from organizational management to strategic thinking, to systems engineering, to sustainable construction as a means to cultivate lasting change.
Apply Building Information Modeling (BIM), construction technologies, and field technologies to real-world problems.
Woodbury School of Architecture supports our students in building a strong foundation for professional practice while investigating the nature of practice itself. These experiences prepare students to make informed choices regarding their diverse career options. Visit our School of Architecture Career Services page for more information.
Our faculty are architects, designers, academics and policy makers practicing in Los Angeles, San Diego and Tijuana. This internationally recognized and award-winning group works closely with students to teach the skills required to push the limits of practice.