About U-MCM

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We provide future construction professionals with the knowledge and quantitative skills required to understand, organize, and control construction projects from conception to closeout.
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We encourage our students, as future industry leaders, through the school's culture and resources to address the critical social, economic, and environmental challenges facing the construction industry.
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We expose participants to technical skills and knowledge in architecture, engineering, construction, and cutting-edge technology in support of planning, analyzing, and solving construction problems.
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We encourage participants to make meaningful contributions to the shaping of the built environment.

Why Construction Management at the School of Architecture?

  • School Culture

     

    The School of Architecture offers students a unique culture centered on creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking. Our culture supports 21st-century learning by integrating technology in flexible learning spaces where students focus on project-based learning and practical experience. 

  • Project-Based Learning

    Students are exposed to learning in relevant, real-world contexts led by world-class experts and practitioners in the field.

  • Industry Partnerships

    The Master of Construction Management program is supported by a stellar Industry Advisory Board composed from the upper leadership of the most important players in the industry. In addition to steering the mission and goals of the program, members mentor students and provide a practical learning experience through internships and practicums in their organizations. 

  • Job Outlook

     

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 11.1 percent employment growth for construction managers between 2016 and 2026. In that period, an estimated 44,800 jobs should open up.

    Construction Managers made a median salary of $91,370 in 2017. The best-paid 25 percent made $121,570 that year, while the lowest-paid 25 percent made $69,470.

  • Location

    Metropolitan Miami is a world-class global hub for commerce, culture, entertainment, the arts, and international trade. It is one of the most dynamic and culturally diverse regions in the US and the gateway between Europe, the Americas, and the Caribbean. Nicknamed the Magic City for its rapid growth, the city is a laboratory for design, construction real estate development, and urban design, with a growing list of who’s who in the development of the built environment.