Construction Management, AC

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Professionals in the construction industry hail from a variety of backgrounds  — engineering, math, business, liberal arts. Concentrated study in construction management, though, can further your career — and you don’t even need to commit to a full-time advanced degree.

Our Advanced Certificate in Construction Management program offers you that chance. Jointly offered by the Department of Civil and Urban Engineering and Department of Technology Management, the program combines the best of both disciplines to yield a robust menu of courses. Our students study the latest advancements in physical technology, as well as general management and construction management practices. Classes complement your existing skills, and by the program’s end, a renewed confidence in your abilities will push you to the forefront of your profession.

 

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You must hold a relevant bachelor’s degree. Compatible backgrounds include engineering, math, science, management, architecture, economics, law, and the liberal arts. The undergraduate degree must be from an acceptable institution.


Students must complete at least five courses (15 credits) in accordance with the following requirements:

  • Select at least three courses (9 credits) from those courses that satisfy the Major Requirement for the Master of Science in Construction Management Program and are approved by a Construction Management Program Director;
  • Select at least one (3 credits) graduate-level Management (MG) course approved by a Construction Management Program Director.