The Master of Construction Management degree program is an online, World Wide Web-based program designed primarily to assist those involved with managing construction projects.
To be eligible for consideration, applicants must present a satisfactory score on either the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) and an undergraduate GPA sufficient to meet formula minimums for the Graduate School. Letters of recommendation are required; a current resume is required with the application; interviews may be requested. Computer literacy is a necessary prerequisite.
After admission to the program, the following course prerequisites (or their equivalents) must be satisfactorily completed for admission to CM 650: PM 500, 505, and 515. This prerequisite background may be obtained in the student’s undergraduate coursework, or the courses may be taken online from WCU prior to starting CM 650. Students must be admitted to the MCM program in order to enroll in any 500-level PM course.
The program leading to the Master of Construction Management degree requires 37 semester hours, consisting of the following six, 6-semester-hour courses and one, 1-semester-hour course, all of which are online and Web-based: CM 650, 651, 652, 654, 655, 657, and 659.