College of Architecture & the Built Environment
Master of Science
Hybrid (Online and On Campus), Online, On Campus
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The Master of Science degree in Construction Management (MSCM), a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program, is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to plan and manage each phase of the construction process as applied to complex commercial, infrastructure and residential building projects. The mission of the program is to provide students with a broad practice–oriented understanding of construction technology, business, architecture, and engineering, with specific emphasis on the management of the construction process from project inception to close-out. Courses within the program are designed to prepare graduates to excel in leadership positions, with a focus on building quality projects, safely, on time, within budget, and to customer expectations.
Hands-on activities allow students to learn and excel in construction-related activities and software applications. Classes are offered in an on campus (day and evening), hybrid, and/or online version to allow students to have the flexibility of planning their schedules and continuing to work in their jobs.
The MSCM Experience
The MS in Construction Management is a first-professional degree with a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to construction education with an unparalleled focus on sustainability. The need for construction managers is projected to increase dramatically, and students who pursue a MS in Construction Management at Jefferson learn collaborative, innovative problem-solving techniques from experienced industry professionals. Graduates possess a balance of various skills that translate from the job site to the office, giving them an exceptional advantage to secure leadership roles in the growing field of construction management.
Benefits of the program include enhanced professionalism with a global perspective, expertise and training in the principles of sustainability. Our faculty and our curriculum are sensitive to the ethical dimension of the business, and we understand that, by necessity, the guidelines of sustainable construction practices are always changing. Our professors are comprised of experienced full-time faculty and practicing professionals with diverse backgrounds in construction management, general contracting, and architecture. The program is further enriched by its membership in Sigma Lambda Chi, an international construction honor society — connecting Jefferson to a network of 19,000 members.
Our program is highly ranked by organizations such as Intelligent.com and Great Business Schools.
Master of Science degree in Construction Management is a STEM designated program (CIP Code 15.1001).
Jefferson's M.S. in Construction Management is an innovative, multidisciplinary program with an unparalleled focus on sustainability and collaboration, where you will learn advanced real-world problem-solving techniques from a faculty of experienced industry professionals.
- Practical, Industry-Centered Curriculum
- Hands-On, Collaborative Projects
- Innovative Solutions
- Expert Faculty
- Sustainable Approach
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