Bachelor of Science in Construction Science and Management: Admission Requirements
To apply to the B.S. in Construction Science and Management program, prospective students are required to complete an overall application to the University.
Available openings within the Construction Science and Management Program (second to fourth year courses) are limited and, therefore, entry is competitive. Successful applicants entering the University from high school and transfer students will be directly admitted, as a pre-major, into the University College. At the completion of 30 credit hours of coursework, students may apply to the Construction Science and Management major. Applications will be reviewed at the end of each academic semester and students will be accepted to the major based on their grade point average (GPA) and number of available seats. Students who wish to transfer from another institution, or are currently enrolled in UTSA but wish to change their major, may apply to the major directly if they have more than 30 credit hours. The transfer and change of major applications will be reviewed at the end of each academic semester and students will be accepted to the major based on their GPA and number of available seats. Pre-CSM majors will be given preference in the application review.
Other information for prospective undergraduate students:
- Application to UTSA (UTSA Undergraduate Admissions site)
- Transfer students (UTSA Undergraduate Admissions Transfer Student site)
- UTSA Undergraduate Catalog
- B.S. in CSM Curriculum (from UTSA Undergraduate Course Catalog)