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- The program was established in 1962 and is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.
- Every Homecoming, Clemson builds a Habitat for Humanity house on Bowman Field.
- Faculty mentoring is key to the success of construction science and management students.
- Students can earn certifications from organizations associated with the construction industry, such as the AIC Constructor Certification Commission.
Do you consider yourself a leader of people and processes? Do you enjoy working both indoors and outdoors, with people of diverse backgrounds? Do you like to solve problems and see your solutions come to reality? If this describes you, and you love construction, then Clemson’s degree in construction science and management is custom built for you. In the classroom and laboratory, on job sites and in an 800-hour internship, you will acquire the skills and knowledge to succeed in the construction industry. As the largest single industry in the United States and one of the most important, construction offers unlimited opportunities to those who are well educated and highly motivated.