Master of Science - Construction Management

Master of Science - Construction Management 

The construction management curriculum offers an excellent opportunity for the construction professional and the engineering manager to direct construction firms and projects in an effective, efficient, and professional manner while dealing with the delicate environmental issues of today's complex marketplace. The program consists of five core and five elective courses of a practical nature, including those dealing with financial, legal, safety, and administrative aspects relevant to the construction industry. Theory is integrated into realistic problems that arise within today's competitive construction arena. The program has been designed with flexibility so that the student's interest in a special area can be satisfied. An undergraduate degree in engineering or related disciplines from a recognized school is a prerequisite for graduate study in construction management.

Core Courses

  • CM 509 Construction Cost Analysis & Estimating
  • CM 541 Project Management for Construction
  • CM 550 Construction Contract Law I
  • CM 571 Practicum in Construction Management I
  • CM 580 Construction Management I

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