Program Coordinator: David L. Batie (341B Rawl Building; 252-328-1383; firstname.lastname@example.org)
Department of Construction Management faculty are actively engaged in applied research and encourage graduate student involvement in different dimensions of research and professional development. The High-Bay Laboratory is equipped to perform large scale testing in support of construction management courses and programs. Graduates from this program are prepared to take on managerial and leadership positions in the construction management professional arena.
The master of science in construction management (MS) is delivered both face to face (on-campus) and online, and has a minimum degree requirement of 30 semester hours.
A written report based on the capstone experience and the presentation of a seminar are required for this option. The capstone proposal and subsequent work must be approved by the student’s faculty advisor. Students desiring to pursue the capstone option are required to declare intent in the first semester of study.
A thesis and the presentation of a seminar based on thesis research are required for this option. The thesis proposal and final thesis must be approved by the student’s faculty advisor and a committee composed of three construction management faculty members. Students desiring to pursue the thesis option are required to declare intent in the first semester of study.