MS in Construction Management Program Ranked Top 25 in United States
The College of Architecture and the Built Environment’s MS in Construction Management program was recently recognized as being among Great Business Schools’ 2021 best Construction Management Master’s degree programs in the US. The ranking honored the way Jefferson “changes lives by encouraging student innovation. [The] curriculum enables students to dream bigger and create new and better ways of doing things.” Jefferson was chosen from over 70 accredited colleges and universities, and ranked alongside other schools such as Columbia University, Georgetown University, Virginia Tech and Texas A&M.
Another highlight of the rankings noted that every class is offered both online and on campus, providing students the flexibility to complete the program on their own terms.
“The newest ranking of the Masters of the Jefferson Construction Management program as a top 25 program in the United States speaks about the excellent education our students are receiving at an affordable price,” says Dean Barbara Klinkhammer. “Students graduating from our program find well-paid jobs in the construction industry and are poised to become leaders in the profession.”
The program’s director, Gulbin Deniz, concurs.
“In Jefferson’s MS in Construction Management Program, we offer students a practical and hands-on education on the construction business model, which pays off with excellent job opportunities and a high placement rate,” Deniz says. “Our students collaborate and learn to be innovative problem-solvers, and that is what brings success in the construction industry. I'm very proud of our dedicated students and expert faculty on this ranking of our program in the top 25 master’s programs in the U.S.”