Master of Science

Construction Management

Build Practical Solutions.

Use your CCSU MS in Construction Management to become a manager capable of running construction and construction-related companies. Develop skills to understand and analyze daily business operations, financial operations, construction law, risk management, and various methods of project delivery. The program emphasizes student/industry interaction, experiential learning, and industry-related research to help students achieve the knowledge and skills they need to make contributions to their disciplines, companies, and the rapidly changing world.

Program Features

  • Starts every January, May, and August
  • 33-credit program
  • Courses offered on-campus
  • Attend full- or part-time
  • Financial aid is available
  • No GMAT/GRE required

Did You Know?

Residential building construction managers earned an annual mean wage of $106,000 in May of 2020 and utility system construction managers earned an annual mean wage of $110,000.

Source: bls.gov 

What You'll Gain

  • Understanding of how each component of a construction company impacts financial decisions
  • Ability to analyze an annual income statement and use it to project company trends
  • Skills to perform a project risk assessment
  • Capacity to evaluate bond and insurance proposals for companies and projects
  • Comprehension of the options available for dispute resolution
  • Understanding of the impact of different project delivery systems on the process
  • Ability to analyze and compare basic contracts
  • Tools to conduct research on technology-based issues and prepare technical papers in support of that research 

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