2013-2014 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog (without addenda) 
    
    Oct 14, 2019  
2013-2014 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog (without addenda) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Construction Management, M.S.


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Curriculum


A minimum of 15 credits (5 courses) must be selected from the following courses:

Note:


The above list is subject to change as courses are added to, or deleted from the Program.

All students must complete a minor concentration of study, which shall consist of a minimum of 6 credits (two courses) selected from courses in any single graduate academic program at NYU-Poly, or any other concentrated area of study approved by a Construction Management Program Director. The selection of the minor concentration of study shall be made with the advisement and consent of a Construction Management Program Director.

A student may complete an up to three (3)-credit independent project to satisfy the Major Requirement: CE 993X Project for the Master of Science in Construction Management.

The remaining courses needed to fulfill the 30-credit requirement shall be selected from the Civil Engineering or Construction Management Programs (bearing a CE xxxx or TR xxxx designation), unless otherwise authorized by a Construction Management Program Director. However, if the minor area of study is from the Civil Engineering Department, up to two of the remaining courses may be selected from any other electives at NYU-Poly.

Note that some electives include prerequisites that not all program enrollees may have completed. Students cannot register for a course for which they have not satisfied the stated prerequisites unless they have the written permission of both the course instructor and a Construction Management Program Director.

Grade Requirements


To earn a Master of Science in Construction Management, students must maintain a B (3.0) cumulative average in all graduate courses taken at NYU-Poly.

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