Graduate Program

The Department of Construction Science offers the Master of Science in Construction Management to those who wish to further their educational experience.

Master of Science in Construction Management

MSCM – Thesis Option

The Master of Science in Construction Management – Thesis option (MSCM – Thesis) is a research-based degree program that focuses on scientific inquiry into a construction-related topic.  The student works closely with a faculty research advisor to identify and investigate a suitable subject.  The student’s work culminates with the final defense of a thesis prepared by the student.  The MSCM – Thesis option requires 32 credit hours and it is typically completed within two years full-time enrollment.

MSCM – Non-Thesis Option

The Master of Science in Construction Management – non-Thesis option (MSCM – non-Thesis) is a course-based degree program that adds breadth and depth to the students existing educational experience.  Our MSCM non-Thesis students come from a variety of backgrounds including architecture, engineering, and business.  We also have many students with little-to-no construction education or experience that use the MSCM – non-Thesis option as a gateway degree to the construction industry.  The MSCM – non-Thesis degree plan requires 36 credit hours of coursework, plus one credit hour of seminar during the student’s first semester, and it is typically completed within two years of full-time enrollment.

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