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The Master of Science (M.S.) in Construction Management is a career-advancing degree congruent with the polytechnic mission of UW-Stout. Through online, blended learning, and flexible schedules, the program offers working adults the flexibility to complete an advanced degree while working in the industry. The program will integrate applied learning, scientific theory, and principles of leadership, critical thinking, humanistic understanding, creativity, and research to solve real-world problems in construction. This approach helps to advance the careers of construction managers while increasing their capacity to help grow the economy and serve the global built environment industry.
To be admitted with full status to the program, the applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in construction or in a construction-related field from an accredited institution, a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, and demonstrated experience in the discipline as evidenced by a resume.
Primary Evaluation Processes
The primary processes used to evaluate program and academic progress include course grades, research topic approval and evaluation, and program specific assessments.
Requirements for the degree include a minimum of 30 semester hours comprised of graduate-level courses. Students must fulfill a research assessment component through the completion of a thesis paper or professional seminar and research paper in addition to required coursework as follows:
Master of Science Degree
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