Following admission to WSU, a student may be admitted to the construction management major provided they meet the criteria published in the WSU Catalog. Once admitted to a major, a student will maintain good standing in their major by completing the required benchmarks as outlined in the catalog. (Academic Regulation 53).
The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management is a four-year program structured into one year of pre-professional coursework and three years of major (professional) coursework. Professional program courses begin in second year fall. Due to the sequential nature of courses there are no spring admits.
To be considered for admission into the construction management program, a student must have completed the following pre-professional coursework (or their approved equivalents), each with a grade of C or better and an overall GPA of 3.3 or higher, and submit an application:
- CST M 102
- Communication [COMM]
- ENGLISH 101 [WRTG]
- ECONS 101 and 102 [SSCI]
- SOE 101 [PSCI]
- HIST 105 [ROOT]
- Humanities [HUM] or Diversity [DIVR]
- Math 171 [QUAN]
- SDC 100 [ARTS]
Students not meeting the admission to major criteria above will be considered until enrollment limits are reached. Average enrollment limit into the second year of the construction management program is 50 students.
Completion of all pre-professional coursework does not guarantee acceptance into the professional program.
A limited number of transfer students are considered each year. To be considered, transfer students must have completed all pre-professional courses (or approved equivalents) and apply for admission to the major. The Transfer Course Search tool assists with planning the transfer of courses to WSU. Emphasis is given to cumulative GPA.