Student Success Story
"The MSCM program at Wentworth has helped me to build advanced knowledge in the construction field and has also allowed me to gain valuable industry connections with both my fellow classmates and instructors."
Michael Seidenberg, MSCM Class of 2013
Master of Science
Construction Management Online
The online Master of Science in Construction Management (MSCM) at Wentworth Institute of Technology is designed to educate students in fundamental post-graduate management principles. Students will gain a strong understanding of construction and business management concepts, from pre-design through construction closeout.
The MSCM program is designed for working professionals, with an online format (as well as an on-campus option) that allows students to complete the degree in less than two years while still being able to work full-time and fulfill their personal responsibilities.
Graduates of the MSCM program will be prepared to assume leadership positions across the construction industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction managers' median annual salary in Massachusetts was approximately $92,000 in 2010, and nationally the occupation is projected to grow at a faster than average rate of 17% through 2020.
Online course discussion groups are a key component of the curriculum, allowing students to regularly interact with and learn from both their instructors and fellow classmates. MSCM instructors are proven leaders in the field and many of them work full-time in the construction industry. Our MSCM students also work in construction and related industries, which facilitates peer to peer learning.
Please note that all application materials for the Spring 2014 semester must be received by Wentworth Admissions no later than December 20, 2013.
- Complete the Application online
- A current resume
- Official transcript(s) from any college(s) you have attended
- Two (2) recommendations from a current or former employer
- $50 application fee
To be eligible for consideration for the Master of Science in Construction Management applicants must:
Possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. An undergraduate degree from an ACCE accredited program in construction management is a plus.
Candidates must also demonstrate competencies in three (3) areas; construction estimating, construction scheduling, and management. Competencies can be demonstrated either through prior class work, testing, architectural/engineering/construction (AEC) employment, and/or documented work experience in the field. Qualifications and competencies are assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Competencies can also be acquired through our Managing Construction Projects (TCMC) professional certificate.
- MGMT800: Business Relations & HR Mgmt (3)
- MGMT810: Business Finance & Investments (3)
- MGMT820: Business Operations & Process Mgmt (3)
- MGMT830: Economics & International Business (3)
- CONM860: Modern Construction Delivery Meth (3)
- CONM810: Executive Management for CM (3)
- CONM840: Construction Law for CM (3)
- CONM830: Real Estate for CM (3)
- CM Elective (3)
- CONM890: Capstone Research in CM (3)
Program Total: 30 credits
Possible Elective Courses: International Business, Research Methods, Public Sector Construction, or a Facility Management Course