ADDITIONAL GRADUATE ADMISSIONS RESOURCES
CAED Program Questions
Graduate Admissions Office
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The Master of Science degree in Construction Management (MSCM) program in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED) prepares professionals to meet the increasing leadership demand in integrated projects in architecture-engineering-construction (AEC) industry. The world is rapidly changing, and the projects require more collaborative work processes among AEC industry professionals. The MSCM program is housed in the CAED, where students have unique opportunities for exposure to collaborative learning experience among construction and design academics, construction professionals, and design practitioners. The construction industry highly values the graduates who can reach across disciplinary lines to achieve project success – something that is increasingly important at the pre-construction phase that demands increased cross-sector integration. The program provides those opportunities through the curriculum, job site visits, team collaborations, networking events, and professional association student chapters.
The MSCM program offers both thesis and non-thesis options. The degree program is 35 semester credit hours. The length of the program is one-and-a-half to two years for a full-time student.
The intended audience for the Construction Management degree program is from the following three groups:
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