Manufacturing & Construction Management



J. P. Kovel, P.E., Chair; M. Emiliani; E. D. Kirby; R. Miers; R. J. Perreault; P. J. Resetarits; L. Reeder; E. Sarisley, P.E.; R. Thamma; H. Wang (Dept. phone: 860-832-1830; fax: 860-832-1806; e-mail:; website:

Department Overview

The Department of Manufacturing and Construction Management offers the following undergraduate BS degree and graduate MS degree programs:

  • BS in construction management
  • BS in industrial technology with specializations in
    • manufacturing
    • environmental and occupational safety
    • electro-mechanical technology
    • technology management
  • MS in technology management (see the Graduate Catalog for more information)
  • MS in construction management (see the Graduate Catalog for more information)
The Department of Manufacturing and Construction Management offers programs designed to prepare students for technology-oriented supervisory, management, and leadership positions. The programs respond to an increasing industry demand for highly qualified personnel who have a combination of technical and managerial skills. Therefore, this study includes a comprehensive knowledge of manufacturing and construction processes and applied technologies, in addition to a background in general education. Providing a broad range of educational and career enhancement opportunities, the department prepares graduates for careers in rapidly changing technology fields.

Plans of Study

Students interested in the technology programs may attend Central Connecticut State University full- or part-time. Part-time study permits a student to keep a full-time day job and enroll in courses in the late afternoon or evening. Full-time students may complete the 122-credit or 130-credit undergraduate programs in four years.



Major in Construction Management, BS (78 credits)

Major in Industrial Technology, BS (63 credits)

Major in Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering Technology, BS (81 credits)



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