Executive Master of Construction Management

The Executive Masters of Construction Management (EMCM) program is designed for accomplished professionals in the design and construction industry who are ready to take their career to the next level.

Curriculum

CORE

Credits

MGT 620

Managing Through People

2

CMA 701

Operating and Managing a Construction Organization (Seminar)

3

CMA 702

Professional Leadership Seminar

1

CMA 708

Preconstruction Services

2

ACC 670

Financial Reporting and Analysis

2

CMA 722

Case Studies in Risk Management

2

CMA 724

Current Issues in Construction

1

CMA 734

Prevention and Resolution of Contract Disputes

2

Total Core

15

CULMINATING EXPERIENCE

CMA 799

Applied Research

2

CMA 801

Executive Capstone Project

4

Total Culminating Experience

6

Electives

9

Total EMCM

30

 

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT ELECTIVES

CMA 642

Emerging Technologies in Design and Construction

2

CMA 680

Directed Studies

1-3

CMA 681

Special Topics

1-3

CMA 682

Special Topics

2-6

CMA 690

Advanced Productivity and Lean Construction

2

CMA 691

Quality Management and Performance

2

CMA 720

Advanced Planning and Scheduling

2

 

Admission Requirements

Admissions to the Executive MCM will be determined by an Admissions Committee organized by the School of Architecture. The Committee will consider the "total person" applying to the program by assessing each candidate on the following factors:

  • Undergraduate Studies - School and Major 

  • Undergrad GPA

  • 3 Letters of Recommendation 

  • Sponsor Letter from current employer (if applicable)

  • Years of Construction Related Work Experience 

  • Years of Management Experience 

  • Achievements in the workplace 

  • Capacity to assume increased responsibility

  • Leadership Skills 

  • Level of current position  

*Courses will be offered in the evenings and on weekends, to meet the needs of working professionals. The program will focus on current issues and events in construction management and address the needs of the industry by developing candidates for middle and upper management positions.*

Apply

Looking to apply? Click here for the EMCM application.

Need More Help?

Contact the Assistant Director of Graduate Programs:
Nicole Hejazi 
Direct: 305-284-3060
Fax: 305-284-6879