Tuskegee University will host its 2017 Career Fair on September 28, 2017, featuring students from its various schools, including soon-to-be graduates from its Construction Science and Management program.
The Construction Science and Management (CSM) program at Tuskegee is one of the oldest construction baccalaureate programs in the country. Its roots can be traced back to the trade orientation that Tuskegee had in the early twentieth century. Its mission at one time was to provide skilled craftsmen who were capable of building sound structures and who would ultimately strive to become general contractors. However, with the evolution of project management, the present mission is much broader than the original one.
Currently, the program attracts students from all regions of the U.S. and internationally. Graduates of the CSM program hold positions in all sectors of the construction industry throughout the world.