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Department of Construction Management
Syed M. Ahmed, Chair, 346 Rawl Building
Master of Construction Management (MCM)
The Department of Construction Management offers graduate courses leading to the master’s degree in construction management (MCM). The faculty are actively engaged in applied research and encourage graduate student involvement in different dimensions of research and professional development. The MCM program is offered via two delivery mechanisms –face to face (on-campus) and online. The department is equipped with a high-bay laboratory which provides an environment for large scale testing. Graduates from this program are prepared to take on managerial and leadership positions in the construction management professional arena.
Applicants to the master of construction management must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate School.
BS or BA degree in construction management, construction engineering, construction technology, civil engineering, architecture, real estate, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, business, finance, accounting, management, marketing, or related fields.
Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale
Acceptable GRE/GMAT score
Two letters of recommendation
Statement of purpose/intent
Detailed curriculum vitae (CV)/resume
Students with a BS degree in construction management, construction engineering or construction technology will need to complete 30 graduate credits to earn their MCM degrees.
No remedial courses are required for the above mentioned students.
Students who have a BS degree in civil engineering, architecture, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, business, finance, accounting, management, or related fields may be required to take undergraduate or graduate remedial courses to demonstrate proficiency. These courses (or equivalent) can be taken at ECU or at a community college or university. A few of these remedial courses may also be available online in locations such as www.constructionclasses.com.
All students must complete 30 graduate credits
in addition to the following remedial coursework:
construction documents and analysis
construction materials and methods
construction equipment management
Exemptions from remedial courses can be granted by the graduate program director and/or the chair of the Department of Construction Management.
Should the applicant’s cumulative GPA be less than 2.7, the applicant may be admitted on the condition that he/she maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA in the first 9 graduate credits taken at ECU.
Please visit the Department of Construction Management Web site at www.ecu.edu/tecs/construction/ or e-mail us at email@example.com for additional information about the MCM program.
To apply to the MCM program please visit:
The master of construction management requires 30 s.h.: CMGT 6600, 6610, 6620, 6630, 6640, 6650, 6660, 6662, 6664, 6700.
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