Graduate Certificate in Construction Management - Mizzou Engineering

As new roads, bridges and civil infrastructure are built across the country, construction management will continue to be an in-demand career. Learn the fundamentals of the construction industry with a graduate-level Certificate in Construction Management through the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Mizzou.

What is it?

The graduate Certificate in Construction Management is a 12 credit-hour online stand-alone certificate. It consists of one 3-credit-hour required course and at least 9 hours of elective courses.

Why pursue it?

With federal funds supporting the construction of new roads, bridges and public infrastructure, construction managers are in high demand. The civil engineering program at Mizzou Engineering works closely with the construction industry and departments of transportation to support ongoing projects while training the next generation for these critical jobs. Additionally, our Construction Management Industry Consortium is made up of top industry leaders who ensure your coursework and experiences prepare you for the workforce.

Requirements: 12 completed hours


Current Mizzou students should complete a Graduate Certificate Plan of Study Form.

Non-Mizzou students may apply through the Graduate School.

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