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An MSc, or Master of Science, is an academic distinction bestowed upon those who effectively complete a predetermined set of coursework in what is often a science-based discipline. The MSc often enhances career opportunities as well as earning potential.
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The aggregate of courses that comprise the core of this concentration is designed to give students a broad foundation in general areas of engineering project management and engineering communications, and in Structural/Earthquake engineering. These courses are aimed to provide our students opportunities for career advancement in their profession....
The mission of the master's program in construction management is to provide a program of advanced study designed to serve the technological and managerial needs of indiv
The mission of the master's program in construction management is to provide a program of advanced study designed to serve the technological and managerial needs of individuals pursuing a construction management career. The aim of graduate education is to provide students with the environment to develop knowledge and skills to make contributions to their disciplines and to the rapidly changing world. It is the program's objective to help develop Connecticut's construction workforce at all levels.
Changes in the construction management profession are causing more construction professionals to consider the master's degree, rather than the bachelor's, as the terminal degree. Furthermore, an increasing number of professional organizations across the nation are beginning to view the master's degree as an entry-level professional degree for practicing managers. This is currently the prevalent situation for construction managers. Several construction management professional organizations, including the Construction Management Association of America, the Construction Financial Management Association, and the American Institute of Constructors, are espousing licensure programs that have advanced education requirements....
Each graduate of the construction management graduate program should be able to prepare bids and estimates for construction projects; prepare construction schedule and ma
Master of Science in Construction Management
The Department of Construction Management initiated a master’s degree program in 1995. The Master of Science in Construction Management program is accredited by the American Council of Construction Education (ACCE).
About the Program
Each graduate of the construction management graduate program should be able to:
Prepare bids and estimates for construction projects.
Prepare construction schedule and manage project risks.
Carry-out project management related tasks.
Conduct research and disseminate findings through publications.
Pursue advanced degree programs.
Degree Requirements (16 Credit Hours)
Purdue Polytechnic Institute – Center for Professional Studies
Set yourself apart with a superior credential with a MS in Construction Management. Construction Management (CM) applies management principles and innovative technologies
Set yourself apart with a superior credential with an MS in Construction Management. Construction Management (CM) applies management principles and innovative technologies to effectively lead, organize, and manage the construction projects of residential, commercial, and infrastructure facilities.
Through CM, buildings and infrastructure facilities can be constructed in a controlled systematic manner to maximize construction efficiency and assure highest quality.
With an advanced degree from Purdue University, you will be equipped with essential knowledge and educational experience to make significant contributions in the field of construction. The 100% online curriculum is designed to prepare qualified individuals for leadership positions in the construction industry. Emphasize on construction operations and company level management- the benefits of an MBA but with a focus on construction. This program is for individuals with a bachelor's degree in construction management, civil engineering, or a closely related field from an accredited university....
Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University
We emphasize practical application, sustainable practices and a team approach to solving challenges. Our experienced faculty is made up of industry professionals, who pos
We emphasize practical application, sustainable practices and a team approach to solving challenges. Our experienced faculty is made up of industry professionals, who possess a wide range of construction management experience. The program’s innovative approach to comprehensive and specialized learning is designed for students in all areas of the field, including designers, engineers, and management professionals, as well as graduates from related fields of business, real estate, and finance.
Students can choose to complete the 36-credit, 12-course curriculum in one to two years either on campus or online. Courses are offered in two 15-week semesters per year, as well as a 12-week summer semester....