You can begin preparing for a rewarding career in Construction Management while still in college. The following proof is required for student memberships:

  • Undergraduates – proof of full-time (minimum of 12 credit hours) student status
  • Graduate students – proof of full-time (minimum of six credit hours) student status
  • Part-time students – may join CMAA as a CMIT member or as one of the other available member categories.

The CMIT program is a great tool for planning your career path and managing your early career. More information about this program is available here.

CMAA and its Regional Chapters extend the opportunity to students at colleges and universities across the nation to form Student Chapters. You can find information on CMAA’s individual student chapters here.  Each chapter has a faculty advisor and a student board of directors. Interested parties can contact the school directly to learn more about their CM program and the student chapter organization and activities.


CM Career Path

Construction Management is a great career field. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistic predicts the field will grow at a higher than average rate compared to other industries, with more open positions than qualified candidates available. That means that graduates of CM programs can expect a high rate of job placement and high starting wages.

CMAA has compiled several resources for students interested in studying CM.


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