The online Master of Science in Construction Management degree consists of 45 credits. This includes 14 courses worth a total of 41 credits each, along with 4 research credits (CM 600).

Three to four courses are offered each quarter, and students can enroll in as many courses as they like. Courses may be taken in any sequence over the course of the degree program.

Course Sequence

Autumn Quarter

CM 500: Design & Construction Law

CM 520: Construction Procurement Systems

CEE 588: Energy Infrastructure & the Environment*

CM 600: Independent Study or Research**

Winter Quarter

CM 525: Cost Analysis & Management

CM 588: Construction Operations & Productivity

CEE 595: Construction Materials

CM 590: Research Methods in Construction

CESI 508: Accounting & Finance for Construction*

CM 600: Independent Study or Research**

Spring Quarter

CM 580: Temporary Structures

CEE 592: Statistical Fundamentals for Construction & Materials Applications

CEE 596: Pavement Construction

CM 600: Independent Study or Research**

Summer Quarter

CEE 552: Environmental Regulations

CM 582: Heavy Construction Estimating

CM 586: Utility System Construction

CEE 594: Computer-Aided Construction

CM 600: Independent Study or Research**

*Students are required to take either CEE 588 or CESI 508

**Students are required to take four credits of CM 600, which may be taken all in one quarter or spread out over several quarters.

Note: All courses designated CEE (Civil & Environmental Engineering) will be converted to CESI (Construction, Engineering & Sustainable Infrastructure) by fall quarter 2017.

Quarterly course offerings may be adjusted due to curriculum changes or other factors. Whenever possible, one quarter’s notice will be given for any upcoming changes.