M.S. in Construction Management About the Program
The Department of Construction Management at Colorado State University is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program.
Our research-based graduate degree program prepares you for exciting careers with global relevance in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industry. CM faculty are closely connected to industry partners ensuring your education is relevant to the evolving needs of the AEC industry. Our current research areas include:
- Construction Education and Workforce Development
- Construction Technology
- Infrastructure Systems
- Project Delivery and Management
- Sustainability and Resilience
The Department of Construction Management does not offer a Plan C option at this time.
The deadlines for application and admission and full consideration of financial assistance for new and continuing students are as follows:
- September 15th for Spring semester
- February 1st for Fall semester
Timely submitting your complete application can increase your chances of being accepted and receiving financial assistance. Please consider applying for future terms if you cannot submit all required application materials by the deadline.
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The Department of Construction Management offers graduate study leading to the Master of Science degree. The focus of the department is on professional programs that successfully combine theory and application with a strong emphasis in applied management. Construction Management is a S.T.E.M. degree.