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Masters of Administration Professors Tom Rogers (left) and Rob Bruner (right)

Flexible, online MA degree

The Construction Management program offers construction management and project management emphases associated with the online Master of Administration degree.

If you’re a mid-career professional who wants a comprehensive understanding of administration and to strengthen and update your administration skills, this degree could be perfect for you.

The degree requires:

 

Core classesProject Management Emphasis Construction Management Emphasis
LeadershipProject EstimatingProject Estimating OR Project Scheduling
Principals of AdministrationProject SchedulingAdvanced Construction Scheduling
Professional Writing Project OperationsConstruction Estimating and Controls
Organizational Management Project AdministrationConstruction Administration
Research or Program EvaluationValue MethodologyValue Methodology
CapstoneOpen ElectiveOpen Elective

 


Master of Administration: Construction Management Emphasis

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This program will prepare you for a leadership role in the construction industry. You will also be prepared for societal and technological changes throughout your career, which will help you adapt and succeed in personal construction activities and entrepreneurial endeavors.

Capstone information 

Head to the Master of Administration website to see the capstone syllabus and application.

If you have any questions regarding this program, the requirements, or the admission process, please contact:

Rob Bruner
Assistant Professor of Practice
928-523-5012

Master of Administration: Project Management Emphasis

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This program will prepare you to successfully manage projects to meet goals and timelines aligned with identified budgets and resources. 

Opportunities abound for project management professionals in numerous disciplines that include:

  • the design and construction of buildings
  • organizing political campaigns
  • launching a software product
  • developing an advertising campaign
  • coordinating events

Capstone information 

Head to the Master of Administration website to see the capstone syllabus and application.

If you have any questions regarding this program, the requirements, or the admission process, please contact:

Tom Rogers
Professor
928-523-4679

Program requirements

Admission to the degree program requires:

  • a minimum of five years of professional work experience
  • three professional letters of recommendation
  • an application with an essay describing how this degree will enhance your professional goals

External resources for Project Management Students:

Scholarships Available

Career Opportunities