Mechanical Construction Management

Mechanical Construction Management degree

The mechanical construction management concentration is an optional concentration offered as part of the building construction management degree program. The concentration will be reflected on your official academic transcript.


The goal of the Mechanical Construction Management (MCNM) concentration program is to provide a higher level of education for those Building Construction Management (BCM) students who are interested in the field of Mechanical Construction.

Coursework will provide students the necessary skills required for entry-level positions in the mechanical construction industries. Topics include:

  • estimating
  • scheduling
  • project management
  • design


Upon completion of the following plan of study, and in conjunction with the core requirements of the BCM program, the student will receive the "Mechanical Construction Management Concentration" designation on their transcript. Students who choose to pursue the MCNM concentration will complete the core required course of BCM 215 Mechanical Construction (3 cr.), and complete an additional nine (9) credit hours of courses which are specific to the mechanical construction industry.

While not required, most students who choose the electrical construction concentration also complete the electrical construction concentration.

Students in this concentration may be interested in joining the Purdue chapter of the Mechanical Contractors Association of Indiana.

Plan of Study

Total:   12 Credit Hours

Required MCNM Courses

Placement Data

Number of Graduates Percent of Grads Reported Placement Rate Average Salary
61 100% 93.4% $52,339

Potential Job Titles

In addition to the fees charged to all Purdue students (technology fee, repair and rehabilitation fee, student fitness and wellness fee), students in the College of Technology pay a differential general service fee of $286.00 each semester.

Full information about tuition and fees is available on the Purdue Bursar’s Office Web site.

From the U.K. to Mexico, Singapore, and China, nearly 40 study abroad programs at Purdue are open to College of Technology students. Programs range from just a few weeks to semester and year-long stays.