The University of New Mexico’s online master of construction management degree was named one of the top programs in the country by OnlineMasters.com.
The 2019 selection criteria included curriculum quality, program flexibility, affordability and graduate outcomes. The site also considered data from alumni interviews and surveys from current students and alumni.
Other online master of construction management programs on the list include Arizona State University, Clemson University, Purdue University, University of Illinois, University of Southern California and University of Texas at El Paso.
UNM’s master of construction management (MCM) online degree is geared toward those currently working in the construction industry, looking to advance their careers. 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, and no background in engineering is necessary.