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Master of Construction Management Degree Program
Objective and Description
The Master of Construction Management degree is an interdisciplinary program focused on management of construction projects. It includes elective courses in architecture, business, and management. This master's degree is designed mainly for applicants with an undergraduate degree in civil engineering, but students with different undergraduate disciplines can enter the program by taking assigned leveling courses.
Advances in construction technologies, financing, and methods underscore the need for a sound and systematic management of construction projects. Organizational structures, business models, and the capability of implementing new technologies into practice necessitate advanced study in construction management. The Master of Construction Management degree provides interdisciplinary studies in commercial, residential, heavy/highway, and industrial applications to address a broad range of challenges facing the construction management field. The MCM degree program is a STEM program.
Courses Available On Campus and Through Distance Learning
In addition to our traditional on-campus, all-evening classroom environment, many courses are available online. This flexible option is ideal for engineering and construction professionals who choose to pursue an advanced degree while employed.
Requirements for Licensure or Certification
All discipline specific programs in the College of Engineering meet educational requirements for professional licensure or certification in all U.S. states, territories, and the District of Columbia.
Pursuing a Master's Degree in the College of Engineering