The graduating seniors in construction management at both the MSUM and North Hennepin locations passed the Associate Constructor exam and exceed the national average. This is a national exam and compares them to students across the nation majoring in construction management. The results are the best the program has ever achieved.

15 out of 19 students at the MSUM location passed the exam with six scoring above the 70th percentile. To pass the exam students must score 210/ 300 which on this exam session was at the 43rd percentile. The school average was 221 compared to the national average at 210. The composite scores indicated that there were no weaknesses in the content area tested.

Eight out of 10 students at the NHCC location passed the exam with three scoring above the 70th percentile. To pass the exam students must score 210/ 300 which on this exam session was at the 43rd percentile. The school average was 218 compared to the national average at 210.

Congratulations to all 23 students in the construction management program!