The nonthesis, online graduate Master of Construction Management (MCM) Program is designed for working CM professionals who already have earned an undergraduate degree in construction management or some other program. Because it is taught online, the program provides direct access from any location that has a communications link.
Prospective students must have earned a GPA of no less than 3.0 on undergraduate courses; exceptions can be made for applicants with extensive work experience. Contact the program director, Dr. George Ford, for details.
WCU's Graduate School website provides information about admission requirements, tuition and fees, financial aid and funding sources, dates and deadlines, guidelines for international students, and an online application form.
Students are admitted year round.
You will find curriculum and course descriptions in the WCU Course Catalog for graduate students. In the catalog pull-down menu, click on the proposed graduate
Be sure to review information for the academic year in which you are admitted. (Requirements may be different in other years.)
Next, go to the catalog search pull-down menu on the left side of the online catalog and search for programs. For the keyword, type "construction management."
Click on your major to see the requirements.
Click on each course name for a brief description of what you will be studying.
Eighteen hours of core course work is required along with 12 hours of Construction Management electives. Students are encouraged to focus their selection of elective courses to concentrate on areas of particular personal interest.
If you want to know more about construction management majors, the admission criteria, or the courses that are offered, please contact Michael Smith or the administrative assistant. You also can review the educational mission, objectives and outcomes for the CM department.
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