Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, offers a unique, vocationally focused 4-year bachelor's program in construction management. Students who want to pursue a career in construction management can enter this rigorous program, which requires 119-121 credit hours of coursework. Although many of the courses are pre-determined, there are a variety of elective options students can choose from throughout their schooling. The program provides a foundation in various areas relevant for construction management success such as construction technology, business, architecture and engineering, preparing students with career skills that can be applied to many subfields. The program boasts a 90% post-graduation job placement rate and claims that graduates earn an average starting salary of $50,000 per year. Many of BYU's construction management students continue their education in architecture, law or business.