Construction Management

Degree:
Location: Anywhere

Why Construction Management?

The Construction Management Graduate Certificate provides graduates with a strong skill set in acquiring and executing construction projects in the public and private sectors.

In the last 10-20 years, construction in both the public and private sector has become increasingly complex, requiring dynamic and strongly skilled construction and project managers for effective project results. Along with offering a broad introduction to the principles of construction management, this graduate program also explores alternative delivery methods and controls for construction projects; safety, project risk, and quality management; team leadership; and negotiation skills and techniques. The Construction Management Graduate Certificate is intended to serve owners' representatives, consulting engineers, architects, design engineers, contractors, and subcontractors. Individuals who have a Bachelor of Science, but not necessarily in construction, and who have been identified by their companies as having high potential for advancement are also good candidates for the program.


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Unique Features

  • Courses from this certificate may be applied toward the Master of Science in Project Management
  • Designed to increase the skills and knowledge of a wide range of construction professionals
  • Open to students with strong professional background and Bachelor of Science in fields other than construction hoping to advance their careers
  • Online format designed for working professionals

What you'll study

General Requirements

Graduate Certificate in Construction Management Online Core Requirements
CMG 6400 - Introduction to Construction Management
4.00
CMG 6402 - Alternative Project Delivery Methods and Project Controls
4.00
CMG 6403 - Safety, Project Risk, and Quality Management
4.00
CMG 6405 - Construction Law
4.00

Did You Know?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that more than 17,000 construction management jobs will be created between 2014 and 2024 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2015). 

Stackable Certificate:

Credits earned completing this certificate can be applied towards the MS in Project Management.

Average Time to Completion

1-1.5 Years

Commitment

Full-Time
Part-Time

Entry Terms

Fall
Spring
Summer
Winter