The Construction Science and Management (CNSM) program at Kansas State University is a nationally recognized, four-year Bachelor’s degree program that is fully accredited by ACCE. The program educates students to succeed in the construction industry and prepares them for diverse career paths. All CNSM students take HVAC, plumbing, and electrical construction courses as well as construction management courses such as cost estimating and scheduling. Students take construction courses with faculty that has extensive industry experience and expertise. The program prepares graduates to be proficient in a complete gamut of modern software and tools being used in the industry. CNSM students also complete five courses with the Business School, which helps to broaden students’ perspectives.
Awards & Activities
Our student Chapter has long been participating in MCAA Construction Management Student Competition, striving to develop bids and cost proposals that are sound technically, managerially and economically. Our student Chapter officers reach out regularly to MCAA members and professionals to organize job site tours and invite guest speakers for CNSM students.
Our Chapter also works to give back to the local communities through events like Christmas in October.