Master of Construction Management (MCM-CMGT)

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Do you have dreams about doing more with your construction or management career, but don't think you have time to earn your master's degree?

If you are currently working in the construction industry and have a bachelor's degree, our all-online master of construction management (MCM) degree might be right for you.  You can attend class in the comfort of your home or at your convenience.  By utilizing your spare time, you could be earning a maste's degree and advancing your career.

The Master of Construction Management (MCM) degree is offered fully online. The degree consists of 10 courses, which students can complete in as little as 12 months. The MCM degree is designed to provide graduates with knowledge in key areas of project management including project controls, construction methods and equipment, construction law, construction documents, LEED standards, and safety law.  It combines business management skills specifically focused on the construction industry.

Take construction management to the next level, become a leader in the field of construction management. Individuals working in all types of construction including residential, commercial, industrial, highway and heavy construction may benefit from our Master of Construction Management degree. Graduates receive advanced education in new and expanding areas of construction programming, cost control and project management.  

"I was working full-time at Bradbury Stamm and was interested in the UNM program.  It seemed like a good fit and a unique degree that no one else offered.  Earning my MCM degree definitely helped solidify my skills like technical writing and project mangement and has really set me apart."  2016 graduate

The Master of Construction Management was developed with industry input to provide graduates with the skills desired by the construction industry. Students who successfully complete the curriculum will be prepared for entry into the construction engineering/project management or related fields of study, such as business, law and other engineering disciplines.

Since the program is structured to build upon the educational foundation gained with an undergraduate degree in construction management, civil engineering or similar areas, educational backgrounds different from construction management may need to take some undergraduate prerequisite courses.  Please see the section under Admissions, Graduate.

Complete information regarding graduate degrees can be found in the UNM Catalog and from the Office of Graduate Studies.