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Construction Science

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International Students: The Master of Construction Science (M253 and M254) degrees qualify students on an F-1 visa to work in the U.S. for up to three years following graduation. Learn more here.

Building Leaders

The mission of the Haskell and Irene Lemon Division of Construction Science is to prepare our students to be leaders in the construction industry by fostering a student-centered, collaborative learning environment that benefits local, state, national and international communities through innovative teaching, research and service.

The undergraduate program in Construction Science is accredited by American Council For Construction Education since 1990

Alumni Voices

“Each of my professors was incredibly knowledgeable and motivating… Furthermore, student competitions were a major success because they introduced students to the industry very early on. Most students left competitions with offers or with new contacts.”

Jonathan Healey

Senior Project Engineer at Balfour Beatty Construction

“Having courses that industry professionals helped develop and having professors that were passionate about teaching and driven to see every student succeed contributed to my success, as did the continuous cycle of improving courses as the industry changes.”

CNS Alum, Lynsee BoyseLynnsee Boyse

Project Manager at JE Dunn Construction


Ben Bigelow

Director | Associate Professor

Johnny Gaffney


Nils Gransberg

Adjunct Faculty

Courtney Jones

Adjunct Faculty

Somik GhoshSomik Ghosh

Associate Professor | Graduate Liason

Nasir MarakahNasir Marakah

Adjunct Faculty

Matthew Reyes

Associate Professor

Ken Robson

Faculty Emeritus

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