Construction Management

The Master of Construction Management (MCM) is a 30-unit program designed for working professionals. Students will be prepared for every aspect of leading a construction project or organization. Created for any professional of the built environment, our curriculum incorporates traditional themes like cost, time, risk and quality management with multidisciplinary topics such as business, finance, ethics and law. Lecture and lab-based education provides students with an environment for practical application utilizing best practices that address current issues and developments in the industry. A 15-unit graduate certificate is also offered and can be transferred into the degree at any time.

  1. Graduate Certificate (15 units, 10-15 months to complete)
  2. Part-time Master's Degree (30 units, 2.5 years+ to complete)

The Master of Construction Management/Master of Architecture (MCM/MArch) dual-degree program prepares architectural students for the diverse roles within today's multidisciplinary design/construction process. Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts architecture students can earn an MArch degree and an MCM degree in considerably less time than they would need to pursue each degree separately. More information can be found on the Master of Construction Management/Master of Architecture (MCM/MArch) dual-degree program page of the Sever Institute website.