The Construction Management program was recently ranked 14th out of 50 schools by BestValueSchools.com in terms of methodology, accreditation, degree popularity, program enrollment, graduation rate, and net price. The school with the most points received an A+ grade (or 100 points). WSU’s program received 85 points total.
“With a results-oriented, project-based curriculum, Washington State University’s accredited construction management degree program helps students learn to appreciate the value of their hard work. From laboratory design courses to senior capstone projects and industry internships during summer break, construction management students at WSU are always building their knowledge by, well, building. Plus, WSU’s professionally-experienced faculty come from all sectors of construction (such as residential, commercial, heavy-civil, and industrial) and work closely with industry leaders to develop a curriculum that translates directly to the needs of employers around the state and across the country.”
In a photo caption accompanying the ranking, the survey said “Washington State University offers everything you’d expect in an accredited construction management degree, including internships and laboratory courses.”
The article was posted on CM Facebook pages and almost instantly got a conversation going about pride of being in the WSU program and the quality of professors. You can read more on BestValueSchools.com.