Masters in Construction Management (classroom-based)
Students must complete a total of 45 quarter credits (the equivalent to 30 semester credits) to earn the Master of Science degree. Core courses account for 9 credits; they must be graded credits. Students who choose to write a thesis (9 credits), complete 27 credits; students who write a research paper instead (3 credits), must complete 33 credits. A maximum of 12 non-CM credits can be applied toward the degree. At least 18 credits must be graded credits. Get more information about the curriculum and requirements for this degree in the CM Masters Handbook.
- CM Masters Handbook (pdf)
- Thesis Guidelines (pdf)
- Research Paper Guidelines (pdf)
- Degree Planning Form (pdf)
- Construction Management Course Catalog
- This is a STEM accredited program. Check the list of UW STEM programs on this page (select “STEM” at the bottom of the left side bar)
The following six focus areas are offered in the Master of Science in Construction Management Program–details on these areas can also be found in the CM Masters Handbook.
- Integrated Project Delivery Systems
- Sustainable Built Environment
- Infrastructure Development
- International Construction
- Virtual Design and Construction
- Safety and Health in Construction