Master of Construction Management (M.C.M)/ Executive Master of Construction Management (E.M.C.M.)

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Master of Construction Management (M.C.M.), 36 credits

(*pending approval, launching Fall 2018)

The program is open to graduates from Architecture, Engineering and Construction 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, not only architectural firms but also construction companies and real estate developers. With the guidance of the Program Director, students design a curriculum suited to their own interests and time constraints. The program is a non-thesis program and will consist of a minimum of 36 credit hours. This includes 15 credits of required core courses, 10 credits of professional practice – practicums and internship – and 11 credits of courses as free elective or within a selected track. Most courses will be offered in the late afternoon or evening to allow students to work and participate in required practicums or internships at leading organizations during the day.

Executive Master of Construction Management (E.M.C.M.), 30 credits

(*pending approval, launching Fall 2018)

Mid-career professionals, with a prior undergraduate degree, working in the field or seeking a mid-career change will be able to enroll in an Executive Master’s Degree in Construction Management. Courses will be offered in the evenings and on weekends, to meet the needs of working professions. 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. The curriculum consists of 15 credits of core courses, 9 credits of free electives and 6 credits in a culminating experience (2 credits research and 4 credits capstone project). Courses in the Executive program will be taught by the leaders of the construction industry as identified and recruited by the Construction Management Advisory Board.

 

Contact information:

 

Director of Construction Management Program: Prof. Armando M. Montero

Email: amontero@miami.edu

 

Nicole Hejazi, Assistant Director

Graduate Programs

1223 Dickinson Drive

Coral Gables, FL 33146

Tel. 305-284-3060

Email: nhejazi@miami.edu