Careers

The online Master of Science in Construction Management program prepares graduates for careers directing the large infrastructure projects of today. Earning your master’s degree in the field can lead to increased job opportunities and career advancement.

Growing Demand

As the country pushes to invest in modernizing and replacing its aging infrastructure — roads, bridges, airports and other critical systems — heavy construction management professionals are increasingly in high demand.

At the same time, heavy construction projects are becoming more complex due to advances in technology and materials, environmental and energy concerns, legal issues and new management practices. These factors have increased the need for professionals with advanced training in the field.

High Compensation

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction managers earned a median annual salary of $89,300 in 2016.

Diverse Opportunities

Graduates of this program find positions as project engineers, senior construction managers, construction project managers, owner's representatives and other related job roles. Our alumni work at many of the top companies in the industry.