Construction Management Graduate Certificate
Graduate Certificate in Construction Management
The 12-credit hour Graduate Certificate in Construction Management will be offered as both part of a graduate program and as a stand alone certificate. For courses required for this certificate, see the Registrar’s page.
The primary objective of the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management is to position students and professionals to succeed in the construction industry. The construction industry builds the basic infrastructure necessary to sustain modern cities and communities. Examples of such infrastructure include highways, bridges, hospitals, powerlines, and water treatment plants. The successful delivery of such infrastructure requires skillful project managers to navigate the various steps of the project delivery process. Certificate holders will acquire experience in various aspects of CM such as planning, environmental compliance, design, right-of-way acquisition, estimation, resource management, financing, and scheduling.
- Current Mizzou Graduate Students: Complete the Change of Program Form and submit the form directly to the Applied Behavior Analysis program.
- New/Returning Mizzou Graduate Students: Students new to Mizzou or former Mizzou graduate students returning after a semester break or longer should complete the Graduate Application for Admission. Please include the application materials listed below in your online application.
Required Application Materials
- Unofficial transcript: Please upload all of your undergraduate and graduate unofficial transcripts.