The graduate-level construction management programs are accredited through NDSU's accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Universities.
At the program level the graduate-level construction management programs do not require any special, additional accreditation.
The exam questions are primarily based upon education knowledge.
The Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) certification is intended for the Professional Constructor who has been in the field for several years and exam questions cover both education and experience-based knowledge.
Credits from the graduate certificate are designed to transfer into a full graduate degree program.
The Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program provides online course instruction in estimating, scheduling, and project management at the graduate level.
If I complete the Master of Construction Management program, what initials can I put behind my name?
Students who successfully complete the requirements for and graduate from the Master of Construction Management program are able to place the credentials MCM after their name.
These three areas constitute a body of knowledge that represents the fundamental core of construction management.
Curriculum Faculty Admission Requirements Apply for Admission Frequently Asked Questions If I don’t have a construction related undergraduate degree can I be accepted into the program?