Graduates of University of Oklahoma's construction science bachelor's degree program learn the communication and technical skills necessary to manage the builders, machinery and materials that ensure a construction project is completed on budget and on time. Students take courses in construction science, architecture and business and can study abroad through programs in Zambia, Rome, Germany and Dubai. Potential career choices include general contractor, architect, or developer. Graduates have a 90 percent job placement rate. OU offers many student support services, including a math center, writing center, academic advising, career counseling, financial aid and even a food pantry for students in need. The school, located in Norman, is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and the four-year, 120-credit program construction science is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.