Construction Management (MS)

Civil and Urban Engineering Department

Program Description

Today’s construction professionals face a highly competitive global engineering and construction environment that requires a fundamental understanding of management, technology, and finance, as well as business and legal principles. Talented managers know how to avoid costly delays, how to maximize existing budgets, and how to control a project’s scope, among other valuable skills. Our program helps students acquire that expertise and prepares them to be leaders in the construction industry.

The program educational objectives (PEO) of the Master of Science in Construction Management are for students to learn management and leadership practices, how to apply innovative organizational, technological, planning, and financial tools to construction projects and programs, and the importance of effective communication with all construction industry players.


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