Construction Management Master of Science Degree
Growing Demand for Qualified Construction Managers
Demand for qualified Construction Managers is projected to continue to grow over the next decade. The profession and the physical infrastructure we build are critical to the health of our economy, our society and our public health.
Because of the complex nature of today’s construction environment, the success of every project depends deeply on leaders who are expert in both technical and business aspects of the profession. Construction Management professionals require a blend of operational and technical expertise, leadership and management of projects and teams, and a solid foundation in business and general management.
Advanced Technical Courses with an Integrated Management Core
New England Tech’s Master’s of Construction Management program blends modern construction management theory, best practices, and technical skills with the contemporary business management principles that drive 21st century organizational performance.
Students will study topics ranging from lean construction, risk management, and construction delivery methods to finance, risk management, negotiations and leadership. An optional technical elective is also available introducing the latest Building Information Modeling (BIM) technologies.
Flexibility & Convenience for Busy Professionals
Accelerated Academic Schedule: New England Tech courses are a compact ten weeks long, with four academic terms per year – built to get you your degree quickly, while fitting in with the rest of your life. You can complete your Masters degree in as little as 18 months.
A College With Construction Management in its DNA
New England Tech has long and deep experience in the construction industry. We’ve been helping launch and grow construction professionals’ careers for decades, with many thousands of graduates working in all aspects of the industry nationwide. Today, the college offers degree programs spanning all levels of the construction industry, including the building trades, civil engineering technology, architectural building technology, interior design, and business management. NEIT's Master's of Construction Management leverages that top-to-bottom industry expertise to focus on what matters most to furthering your career.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education