Building Construction Program graduates enjoy excellent employment prospects as they enter the workforce. Students in the program are provided with numerous opportunities to network with members of industry including the annual Construction Industry Career Fair to search for full-time positions, internships, and co-op placements.
- Project Managers: Responsible for project oversight, coordination, planning, scheduling, and budget control, either for a general contracting company or trade contractor.
- Real Estate Developers and Managers: Manage all phases of projects for real estate developers from administration and conception to financing, planning, and coordination.
- Construction Managers: Plan and manage building projects from the program phase through design and construction, including scheduling and estimating for a client company.
- Owners Representatives: Manage multiple projects from design through construction for large institutional and corporate owners.
- Building Systems and Materials: Conduct research, development, and marketing in production areas of building systems, materials, and equipment.
- Other career paths include Program Management; Academics/Professor; Construction Law; General Contracting; Facility Management; Specialist Subcontracting; and Cost Estimating
In addition to a full-time academic advisor, undergraduate students in the School of Building Construction benefit from a dedicated liaison in Georgia Tech's Career Services Office to assist students in preparing for their future careers. If you need help preparing your resume, or prepping for an interview, feel free to contact Career Services at 404.894.2550.