The BCM program is not accepting new students. Current BCM students with 20 or more BCM credits can contact Joan Rabe at (815) 921-3101 for more information.
Program Overview: Graduates of this program organize, lead, and manage the process related to Building Construction by promoting sound building practices with emphasis on energy conservation, human comfort, and responsible resource management.
Work & Employment: Graduates work in such jobs as sustainability coordinator, energy auditor, envelope professional, or resource manager. With additional experience, successful graduates can advance to LEED professional, project engineer, building inspector, construction or maintenance supervisor, or green building contractor.
Transfer Opportunities: Graduates of the program have the option to transfer their degree to various four-year universities to pursue a B.S. in Construction Management or Sustainability. Students should also consult with an Academic Advisor, the Dean, or Academic Chair of the SBS program.