Construction Management Graduate Program

Construction Management Graduate Program

Professionals working in the today's construction industry must have a comprehensive understanding of all facets of the industry, including project management, cost estimation and analysis, quality management, construction engineering, and contract law.

The Master of Science in Construction Management requires a total of 30 graduate credits and is designed to prepare technical professionals and managers for responsible roles within the industry. Students learn how to manage building and construction projects efficiently and supervise agencies effectively.

The curriculum provides a holistic foundation for professionals, covering a wide range of applicable topics from cutting edge materials and methods to safety and labor relations. Instructors are industry professionals who have deep knowledge of construction processes and related issues within specific communities. The impact of construction on the environment is also examined.

GRE is Preferred for All Applicants

Core Course Requirements for Full Degree

Students matriculated for the master's degree in Construction Management must take 30 credits approved by their faculty advisor. The three core courses are:

CM 541 Project Management OR CM 520 Advanced Project Controls in the Built Environment
CM 506 Computer Applications in the Construction Process
CM 605 Construction Safety Management

Course Requirements for four-course Certificate Program

Graduate Certificates consist of four graduate courses which can be applied toward the master's degree.

Construction Management/Quality Management

CM 580 Construction Management I
CM 590 Construction Management II
CM 541 Project Management for Construction
CM 542 Quality Management & Construction Performance

Construction Engineering

CM 501 Construction Engineering I
CM 502 Construction Engineering II
CM 531 Construction Materials
CM 581 Temporary Structures in Heavy Construction

Construction Accounting/Estimating

CM 509 Construction Cost Analysis & Estimating
CM 511 Construction Accounting
CM 580 Construction Management I
CM 590 Construction Management II

Construction Law/Disputes

CM 522 Labor Relations
CM 587 Environmental Law and Management
CM 550 Construction Contract Law I
CM 551 Construction Contract Law II: Claims and Disputes

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