Concrete Industry Management – A Career to Build On
The Concrete Industry Management (CIM) program is a four-year bachelor’s degree offered at five universities nationwide, and is designed specifically to develop skills suited for the concrete and construction industry. The CIM program develops future managers and leaders while providing graduates with the education and training they need to excel in a broad array of careers within the industry.
Some examples of careers upon graduation include:
- Production Management
- Sales and Marketing
- Construction Management
- Product Distribution
- Construction Technology
South Dakota State University Welcomes the CIM Program to Midwest
Cemstone is proud to support the most recent school which joined the family of CIM programs at South Dakota State University in Brookings, South Dakota. As of 2020, there are currently more than 472 students pursuing degrees in CIM nationwide. More than 1,300 have graduated from the program since its inception in 1996, armed with the skillset necessary to meet the demands of the progressively changing concrete industry of the 21st century.
Emma Roth is a junior at SDSU in Brookings, SD. She shares more about her experience in the CIM program below.
Emma & several classmates participate in a CIM Q&A session at the ARM (Aggregate & Ready Mix Association) Convention in Minneapolis, MN seen below.
Throughout the United States, there are five CIM program universities. To learn more about each program, check out the links below: