Dunwoody Construction Management Online

Real-World Projects, Using Industry-Leading Software

You’re halfway to a bachelor’s degree. Why stop now? Dunwoody’s online Construction Management program positions you for a wide array of managerial roles in the construction industry.

Develop the skills to successfully influence and lead teams, develop projects, and grow businesses from faculty who have all worked professionally in a variety of construction fields. Learn online, on your own time, as you collaborate with others to complete real projects, and work with nationally recognized organizations and industry professionals.

The Construction Management completion program is specifically designed for students and working professionals who need the flexibility of an online program that allows them to attend part- or full-time and finish at their own pace. The transfer process is easy and open to all students who have completed an associates degree, diploma, or have credits from a construction-related degree program.

A leader in project-based learning, Dunwoody maintains strong partnerships with industry leaders around the country. Graduates benefit from life-time career placement support.

Students have the opportunity to participate in regional and national competitions, including the American Concrete Institute, and the National Association of Home Builders Residential Construction Management Competition.

Upon graduation, students are prepared for careers in the construction sector of their choice.

This program was designed using American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) guidelines and is currently in candidacy status. A site visit is expected in Fall 2022.

Professional Affiliations

  • Associated General Contractors – Minnesota Chapter member
  • National Association of Minority Contractors
  • National Association of Women in Construction
  • National Association of Home Builders
  • Associated Schools of Construction
  • American Council for Construction Education
  • American Society of Testing and Materials
  • Minnesota Concrete Council
  • American Concrete Institute
  • American Composites Manufacturers Association

Student Organizations

  • National Association of Home Builders Student Chapter
  • Dunwoody Construction Management Student Association

Occupational Outlook

Employment of construction managers is projected to grow 8 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. Those with a bachelor’s degree in construction science, construction management, or civil engineering, coupled with construction experience, should have the best job prospects. (Source)

Class topics include:

  • Construction Leadership
  • Construction Technology
  • Construction Law
  • Field Engineering
  • Construction Accounting
  • Green Construction
  • Advanced Scheduling & Estimating
  • Business classes including Management and Marketing

View Program Requirements

To view program requirements, including required courses, electives, course descriptions, and credit hours, visit:

Fact Sheet: CMGT

Common Job Titles

Possible job titles upon graduation include:

• Project Manager
• Construction Manager
• Construction Business Owner
• Senior Estimator
• Field Engineer


Students enrolled in the program will receive a laptop with access to state-of-the-industry software, including:

  • a suite of Autodesk products
  • Microsoft Project
  • Primavera Project Management Suite
  • On Screen Takeoff
  • Bluebeam
  • RSMeans CostWorks
  • Procore

Industry Partners & Recent Employers

  • Mortenson Construction
  • Ryan Companies
  • Knutson Construction
  • Kiewit Corporation
  • David Weekly Homes
  • Currie & Brown
  • Faithful+Gould

Dunwoody Online Academic Advisor

Karie Johnson

Associate Professor & Academic Advisor

Phone: 612.381.3084