Dr. Scott Amos
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Construction Management (Online)
The Master of Science in Construction Management (MSCM) degree is designed to provide a program of advanced study for candidates anticipating a managerial career in the construction industry. In addition to course delivery in a hybrid distance mode, flexibility is built into the program to provide an optimum educational experience for working students.
The construction management coursework is geared towards the working construction professional. The successful applicant will have a background in business, science, engineering, technology or a related field with at least one semester of calculus and a course in probablity and statistics.
Many students enter the program immediately after completing an appropriate undergraduate degree in the traditional disciplines of civil, electrical, mechanical, architectural, or industrial engineering. An accelerated Master of Science (BS/MS) degree is available for qualified seniors in the engineering B.S. programs at the School of Mines. The accelerated master’s degree program allows B.S. engineering students to take up to nine (9) graduate level credits to simultaneously meet undergraduate and graduate degree program requirements.
For more information about background requirements or the accelerated master’s degree program, contact Dr. Scott Amos Scott.Amos@sdsmt.edu.