The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
The Masters of Science in Construction Management
Professional Certificate in Project Management,
Professional Certificate in Land Development
Professional Certificate in Specialty Construction
On- Line Professional Certificate in Specialty Construction
Minor in Construction Management
The Master of Science program in Construction Management is designed to offer education in construction and project management to:
- Practicing U.S. and international professionals educated in related disciplines such as engineering, engineering technology, business or architecture, who desire more knowledge in the construction process
- Professionals educated in construction or construction management and who wish to pursue the subject in greater depth
- Persons holding a baccalaureate or higher degree who are actively pursuing a construction industry career but lack education in construction and project management.
Program objectives are:
- To offer a degree oriented toward the practice of construction
- To deliver this graduate education in an evening and weekend setting
- To provide a program which will enhance graduates' management skills and advancement opportunities
Admission to the Master of Science program with a major in Construction Management is open to persons holding the bachelor or higher degree from a regionally accredited college or university in:
- Engineering Technology
- Construction Management
- Construction Technology
In many cases, other degrees may be acceptable.
Preference in admission will be given to applicants having professional experience in a construction work environment. The admission procedure is competitive in that students will be admitted only if their academic accomplishments and work experience demonstrate that they can successfully complete the program.
Applicants for admission to the Master of Science program in Construction Management must submit the following to the Admissions Office:
- An application for admission to the program
- An official copy of scores from the General Test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or scores from the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT)
- An official transcript from each college the applicant has attended
- A certificate of immunization
- At least three recommendation forms which have been completed by supervisors, professors, or professional colleagues; one of which must be from the current supervisor.
Students who are accepted into the CM graduate major must attend the mandatory orientation.
Applicants for admission to the Master of Science program in Construction Management must meet the following criteria:
- A GRE score of 850 or better on the General Test (verbal and quantitative) or a score of 500 on the GMAT
- An undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or better on a 4.00 scale
Provisional Admission: Applicants not meeting the minimum requirements will be considered for provisional admission based on an evaluation of
- Undergraduate GPA
- Professional industry experience
- GRE/GMAT scores
Commitment to graduate studies
In the event that any aspect of an applicant's application does not meet the required minimum, probationary acceptance may be granted by the Construction Management Department's Graduate Committee.
NOTE: Students who are admitted under provisional admission will be changed to regular admission by obtaining a GPA of 3.0 or better in the first three CM graduate courses.
In addition to the 36 required hours for the Masters degree, students may be required to demonstrate competency in the following:
- English communication skills
- Construction graphics
- Construction methods and techniques
- Structural systems
- Computer application skills in Construction Management
- Construction scheduling
- Construction estimating
- Construction accounting and finance
Courses (undergraduate or baccalaureate) taken to show competency in these areas will not count toward the 36 hours required for the Graduate degree. Competency can be shown by:
- Successfully completing course-work
- Successfully completing competency testing developed by the Program