Louisiana State University offers a BS in construction management as well as a 100% online post-baccalaureate certificate program in construction management. The 4-year, 122-credit, on campus degree takes an interdisciplinary approach with courses in engineering, architecture, construction design, technology and business and includes a business administration minor and a technical sales minor. Students can focus their degrees on industrial, highway, commercial or residential construction. Construction industry career areas for graduates include planning, cost estimating, scheduling and supervision. LSU's online post-baccalaureate certificate program consists of six core construction management courses and provides the basic core knowledge needed for a construction manager. The program prepares individuals, including graduate students in areas of architecture and business or qualified military personnel, for a career change into construction management. Academic advising, tutoring, financial aid and career counseling are available for all students. LSU has several campuses throughout the state; the main one is located in Baton Rouge. The school is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and the construction management program by the American Council for Construction Education.