Central Connecticut State University - Construction Ranking 2017

Central Connecticut State UniversityRanked
37
in the USA
Central Connecticut State University is a medium-sized public college offering many disciplines along with the construction program and located in New Britain, Connecticut. This college was founded in 1849 and is currently offering bachelor's, certificates, and master's degrees in Construction Management.

Central Connecticut State University is reasonably priced: depending on the program, tuition cost is about $19,000 per year. Recent data analysis showed that Central Connecticut State University area is relatively dangerous; the school is reported to have a poor rating for campus security.

Central Connecticut State University construction program ranks in Top 50 in USA and The Best in Connecticut. Major competing construction colleges for this college are Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston and Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken. See the details about all twelve competing construction colleges and list of available construction majors and minors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

The Best Construction School in Connecticut
Ranked #13 Construction School in The Northeast
Ranked #37 Construction School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of Connecticut Ranking

The Best Construction Management School
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The Northeast Regional Ranking

Ranked #8 Construction Management School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #15 Construction Management School
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You might be interested in alternative options to get accepted at Central Connecticut State University:
Engineering Programs - ranked top 15% in USA
Management Programs - ranked top 15% in USA
Also, check how Central Connecticut State University is ranking among graduate schools in Connecticut.

Contact information:

Central Connecticut State University
1615 Stanley St
New Britain, CT 06050
Phone: (860) 832-2278

Location map:

Central Connecticut State University Location Map

Construction majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Construction Management

Postbaccalaureate certificate

Construction Management

Master's degree

Construction Management

Local competitors:

Wentworth Institute of Technology - Construction School Ranking
Wentworth Institute of Technology

Boston, MA, 4 construction programs

Stevens Institute of Technology - Construction School Ranking
Stevens Institute of Technology

Hoboken, NJ, 3 construction programs

New York University - Construction School Ranking
New York University

New York City, NY, 5 construction programs

Temple University - Construction School Ranking
Temple University

Philadelphia, PA, 2 construction programs

Drexel University - Construction School Ranking
Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA, 4 construction programs

University of Pennsylvania - Construction School Ranking
University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA, 2 construction programs

Pratt Institute - Construction School Ranking
Pratt Institute

Brooklyn, NY, 3 construction programs

Harvard University - Construction School Ranking
Harvard University

Cambridge, MA, 1 construction program

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Construction School Ranking
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Troy, NY, 3 construction programs

Columbia University in The City of New York - Construction School Ranking
Columbia University in the City of New York

New York City, NY, 1 construction program

Philadelphia University - Construction School Ranking
Philadelphia University

Philadelphia, PA, 4 construction programs

University of Massachusetts Amherst - Construction School Ranking
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Amherst, MA, 1 construction program

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