The Kimmel School of Construction Management houses undergraduate and graduate programs designed to provide students with a broad-based knowledge of the construction industry, a solid education, and extensive training in business and management applications. Students also have the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art technology and CM industry-standard software.
The curriculum includes multiple aspects of the profession, such as contracts and specifications, safety, quality control, land development, computer applications, business, finance, accounting, teamwork, communication skills and leadership. The CM degree programs prepare graduates for productive careers in the construction industry such as managers, project managers or property managers.
The school's undergraduate CM program was designed by faculty members, students and members of the construction industry to meet the needs of students and the firms that hire CM graduates to work in the construction industry.
The Kimmel School of Construction Management offers bachelor’s degrees in the following areas of study:
Master of Construction Management
Online Graduate Program
Minor in Construction Management
|Name||Area of Specialization||Phone||Office|
|Gehrig, Bruce - Director / Kimmel Distinguished Professor of Leadership||Civil Engineering||828-227-2544||Belk 211A|
|Jessica Olshefski||Administrative Support Associate||828-227-2201||Belk 211|
|Hildreth, John - Professor / Kimmel Distinguished Professor of Construction Education||Civil Engineering||828-227-2519||Belk 225|
|Jim Coffin||Civil Engineering||828-227-2069||Belk 112|
|Henson, Mickey - Visiting Assistant Professor||Civil Engineering||828-227-2545||Belk 229|
|Sciara, Steve - Instructor||Construction, Architecture, Design||828-227-2439||Belk 116|
|Steffen, Robert - Associate Professor||Civil Engineering||828-227-3460||Belk 226|
|Suk, Sung Joon - Associate Professor||Civil Engineering,