Degree Requirements

M.C.M. Degree Requirements

The Master of Construction Management degree requires 33 credit hours, consisting of 18 hours of core courses, 12 hours of electives, and 3 hours of master’s project. Core courses are CMGT 700, CMGT 701, CMGT 702, CMGT 703, CMGT 704, and CMGT 705.

Courses to be applied toward the M.C.M. degree must be listed on a Plan of Study form approved by the student’s major professor, examining committee, and department graduate advisor. All graduate students must have an approved Plan of Study on file by the beginning of their second semester of study.

M.C.M. Degree Requirements

The Master of Construction Management degree requires 33 credit hours, consisting of 18 hours of core courses, 12 hours of electives, and 3 hours of master’s project. Core courses are CMGT 700, CMGT 701, CMGT 702, CMGT 703, CMGT 704, and CMGT 705.

Courses to be applied toward the M.C.M. degree must be listed on a Plan of Study form approved by the student’s major professor, examining committee, and department graduate advisor. All graduate students must have an approved Plan of Study on file by the beginning of their second semester of study.

Contact Info

Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering

Learned Hall
1530 West 15th St., Room 2150
Lawrence, KS 66045-7618
785-864-3766
http://www.ceae.ku.edu/
David Darwin, Chair
785-864-3766

Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering

Learned Hall
1530 West 15th St., Room 2150
Lawrence, KS 66045-7618
785-864-3766
http://www.ceae.ku.edu/
Carol Jo Sloan, Undergraduate Contact
785-864-3766

Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering

Learned Hall
1530 West 15th St., Room 2150
Lawrence, KS 66045-7618
785-864-3766
http://www.ceae.ku.edu/
Reta Solwa, Graduate Program Contact
785-864-3826
Bruce McEnroe, Graduate Advisor
785-864-2925
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