Campus Construction Management Graduate Programs
he Master of Science degree in Construction Management is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to plan and manage each phase of the construction process with an unparalleled focus on sustainability.
The Facilities Management program prepares students to assume leadership roles in managing an organization’s built environment, either as internal employees or as external service providers and consultants.
The OHL School of Construction, in the College of Engineering at Florida International University, serves the State, the...
Areas of study include: Construction management, Manufacturing/industrial technology, Industrial sciences and technology.
Three graduate programs are offered in architectural engineering through the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Graduate Studies.
The construction industry offers many opportunities for rewarding management careers.
Founded in 1954, the Graduate School aims to produce true scholars who, through continuous study of advanced theories and their application to practic...
The Master of Science in Construction Management (MSCM) program will be offered beginning in the fall 2009.
The Graduate School was established in 1967 with 36 departments for the master's program and 27 for the Ph.D. program. A total...
Our program is now in its sixth year and continues to develop research opportunities, strong industry relations, and excellent academic content.
The Master of Science in Construction Management provides a breadth in managerial, technological, economic, and environmental aspects of construction.
The primary focus of the Department is to train practitioners for professional practice. The main emphasis, therefore, is on the Master in City Planni...