School of Business and Management - Construction Management

MUST University offers business and management degree, diplomas and certificate programs with specialization in Construction Management to professionals looking for a flexible, widely recognized and self-paced education. MUST’s Construction Management programs will provide you the necessary skills which will help you grow and excel in your field.

All the programs offered by the School of Business and Management, with specialization in Construction Management, surpass those of other world-class universities in terms of ease & flexibility, affordability, and quality of education. MUST’s Construction Management programs, accredited by International Accreditation Organization (IAO), are taught by expert faculty comprising professionals and leading industry experts. These learned individuals have designed a comprehensive 21st century curriculum that focuses on the challenges professionals like you are currently faced with.

Below are the fee structure and the time required to complete Construction Management programs at MUST:
  • Degree program fees: $4,500 - $14,400 Time: less than 1 year
  • Diploma program fees: $2,700 - $4,500 Time: less than 5 months
  • Certificate program fees: $499 - $1,800 Time: less than 3 months

About Construction Management Major:


MUST’s School of Computer Sciences offers online associates, bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees with specialization in Construction Management. The major prepares individuals to manage, coordinate and supervise the construction process from concept development through project completion on a timely basis. Read more

 

MUST's School of Business and Management engages the services of an experienced and talented faculty comprising scholars, researchers, and professionals dedicated to both teaching and groundbreaking research. They blend academic theory with firsthand experience to enrich your learning experience and to broaden your perspectives on the latest issues and best practices.

Construction managers plan, coordinate, budget, and supervise construction projects from early development to completion. Although many construction managers work from a main office, most work out of a field office at the construction site where they monitor the project and make daily decisions about construction activities. Most construction managers work full time, and approximately two-thirds are self-employed. Employment of construction managers is expected to grow by 17 %. Job opportunities are best for candidates with work experience and a bachelor's degree in a construction-related field. Construction managers earn around $83,860 per year.


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“I chose MUST because it is a well-established university and has an excellent reputation. It was the only university that provided industry preferred programs online. The School of Business and Management prepared me well for the challenge of a highly competitive business environment. I picked the right university and degree for me, definitely.”

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Adam Blake
Chicago, USA
Class of 2009

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