The Department of Construction Management offers graduate study leading to the Master of Science degree. The focus is on professional programs that successfully combine theory and application with a strong emphasis in applied management. The master’s program is an advanced curriculum designed to allow students to tailor a portion of the requirements to meet individual interests and goals.

Effective Fall 2016

Core Requirements - Required of All Students
CON 502Research in Construction Management I3
CON 503Research in Construction Management II3
CON 511Project Procurement and Preconstruction3
CON 512Post-Award Construction Management3
CON 521Sustainable Building & Infrastructure Systems3
Thesis
CON 699Thesis6
Electives 112
Program Total Credits:33

A minimum of 33 credits are required to complete this program.

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With approval by advisor.  A minimum of one CON graduate elective course is required (cannot be CON 695).  A maximum of 3 credits of CON 695 are allowed.