College of Technology and Computer Science
Department of Construction Management
David Watkins, Interim Chairperson, 119 Rawl Building
The Department of Construction Management offers graduate courses leading to the master’s degree. The department is a proponent of collaborative network-based learning and offers its graduate program online. Graduates from this program are prepared to manage rapidly changing technologies and technical systems.
Master of Construction Management (MCM)Applicants to the master of construction management must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate School, have an undergraduate degree in construction management or a related field, show strength in experience at the management level, and have completed a minimum of three years of construction experience after degree completion. Students from other disciplines may also be accepted but must typically have a minimum of ten years of construction experience. All applicants must submit a portfolio to demonstrate type and extent of construction experience. The portfolio will be the primary evaluation tool for final admission of all applicants. A faculty committee will evaluate each portfolio. Students accepted into the program shall meet the proscribed computer system, software, and Internet connectivity to verify their compliance with construction management online requirements.
The master of construction management requires 30 s.h.: CMGT 6600, 6610, 6620, 6630, 6640, 6650, 6660, 6662, 6664, 6700.