Students receive two credits for successfully completing a one-semester internship prior to graduation.
Work experience of 400 hours in the construction industry as approved in advance by the Instructor of Record 2 credits.
Upon completion of this course, students will have learned about project-based work in the construction industry. They also will have learned how to
- Apply construction management concepts to construction projects
- Work in a project-team environment
- Meet deadlines and work under pressure
- Interface with the various different members of the construction industry
Prior approval from the instructor is required in order to register for the internship. Please use this form to provide the information needed for this approval.
Registration and fees for a 2-credit-hour course are the student’s responsibility. The student should register and pay the fees before leaving campus for the internship assignment.
- Be served in a management-related support position, whether paid or upaid
- Required prior to graduation
- Be with a company closely related to the construction industry
- Involve at least 400 hours of work experience
- Be in a supervised, full-time (e.g., 40 hours/week) position
The internship evaluation must include
- formal evaluation from the company
- 2,000-word technical internship report submitted by the student that includes
details about the work experience
what the student learned
how this will affect the student's CM-related decisions in the future
- Timesheet documenting 400 hours of work
At the beginning of the internship, students must provide copies of the Intern Evaluation Form for their supervisors to complete. If the company has an internal comprehensive evaluation tool, this may be submitted instead of the Intern Evaluation Form.
The evaluation and work report are due at least one week before the end of the internship semester.
Visit the School
If you would like to know more about the required one-semester internship or about careers in the construction industry, contact the Department of Construction Management or visit the Kimmel School.