Construction Management

The University of Texas at Arlington


Master of Construction Management

Construction Management at UTA

The Master of Construction Management degree is an interdisciplinary program focused on management of construction projects. It includes elective courses in architecture, business, and management. This master's degree is designed mainly for applicants with an undergraduate degree in civil engineering, but students with different undergraduate disciplines can enter the program by taking assigned leveling courses.


Master of Construction Management

North Texas is projected to be home to over 10 million by 2040. That translates into 1 million new homes, 70 million square feet of office space, 470,000 new multi-family units, and hundreds of other construction projects.

UTA’s Master of Construction Management degree program addresses a broad range of challenges facing the construction management field in commercial, residential, heavy/highway, and industrial applications. Advances in construction technologies, financing, and methods underscore the need for a sound and systematic management of construction projects. Organizational structures, business models, and the capability of implementing new technologies into practice necessitate advanced study in construction management. The Master of Construction Management degree provides interdisciplinary studies in commercial, residential, heavy/highway, and industrial applications to address a broad range of challenges facing the construction management field.

Master of Construction Management
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Courses

The program includes core courses and three optional areas:

  • Commercial and residential construction,
  • Infrastructure and highway construction, and
  • General construction management.

More on the program, degree plan, and program requirements.


Engineering at UTA

UTA's College of Engineering provides one of the most comprehensive engineering programs in the nation, with eleven baccalaureate, fourteen master's, and nine doctoral programs. Students from around the world work with award-winning faculty in state-of-the-art facilities, acquiring the knowledge and skills they'll need to create viable solutions to today's most pressing problems.

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