Students are prepared to lead the most complicated construction projects through the BS degree in Construction at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, WI. The program focuses on technical and engineering processes along with the business, management and marketing aspects of the construction industry. Courses include structural systems, site engineering, construction methods and materials, architectural technology, building mechanical systems, business and management and communications. A required cooperative education or field experience provides practical real-world training. The program requires 120 credits to graduate. Career options after graduation include project management, estimating, architecture, engineering and project supervision. The school offers advising, career counseling and financial aid for eligible students. UW-Stout is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and the construction program by the American Council of Construction Education.