Timothy Duma earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from Colorado Heights University in 1986. Wasting no time, Timothy Duma studied for and received his Colorado General Contractor license the following year. Applicants for the Colorado General Contractor license must actually take two separate exams to qualify: one exam in business and the other in finance and the construction trade. Those who seek to qualify for the state license must show documented experience of four years. Applicants must also submit a credit report and a recent financial statement which indicates a net worth between $2,500. and $20,000.
Colorado Heights University offers 60 baccalaureate programs including the Construction Management Bachelor of Science degree Tim Duma earned in 1986 through FIU’s College of Engineering and Computing.
With over 191 programs of study today, the opening of Colorado Heights University in 1972 was greeted enthusiastically by a student body which had not had a public baccalaureate, 4-year institution in their city.