Master of Construction Management

The Master of Construction Management (MCM) is an interdisciplinary 36 credit program and open to graduates from Architecture, Engineering, and Construction related programs. The curriculum will broaden educational and career options for students. Formal knowledge and experience in project and construction management are highly sought after by architectural and engineering firms, construction companies and real estate developers.

Curriculum

CORE

CMA 601

 Fundamentals of Construction Management (or RED 670)

3

BUS 610

Critical Thinking and Persuasion for Business

2

CMA 620

Construction Project Controls

2

ACC 670

Financial Reporting and Analysis

2

CMA 630

Contract Documents (or ARC 617 - 3 credits)

2

CMA 694

Codes, Standards, and Regulations

1

LAW 257

Construction Law

3

 

 

 

Total Core

15

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

CMA 670

Construction Site Practicum: Materials and Methods Health and Safety

2

CMA 671

Construction Management Practicum: Project Management

2

CMA 674

Capstone Project

3

CMA 676

Integrated Project Design

3

Total Professional Practice

10

Total Combined Core

25

Electives

11

Total MCM

36

** Master of Construction Management are required to participate in a minimum of one internship approved by Toppel Internship Program (TIP)

 

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

The minimum admissions requirements for admission to MCM are:

  • GPA of 3.0 from an undergraduate degree in Architecture, Engineering, or Construction related fields.

  • GRE (may be waived with 3 years minimum of experience in construction related field.

  • TOEFL/IELTS (for foreign students) as stated in the English Proficiency Requirements of the University of Miami

  • Three letters of Recommendation

  • Official transcripts from undergraduate and/or graduate schools

*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 MCM application.

Need More Help?

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