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Capitol Technology University Course Catalog

    Apr 21, 2024  
2023-2024 Course Catalog 
2023-2024 Course Catalog

Construction Science and Management, M.Res.

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The field of construction is seeing growth as the demand for innovation increases. Professionals in this area explore solutions to raise revenue, lower costs, and sustain profit margins, all while producing higher quality results, maintaining safety, practicing methods in Green Building, acquiring Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification, and performing construction analytics in a competitive global environment. Construction professionals manage critical infrastructure as well as technology integration in the planning and development of electrical grids, power plants, business buildings, and other structures. Adaptability and creative thinking, along with teamwork, management, and engineering, are essential skills for professionals in this field. Construction Science and Management is a rapidly growing field. Professionals are in high demand and considered a crucial part of any industry engaged in the design of buildings and physical infrastructure within our communities. Graduates of the Capitol Technology University Master of Research (MRes) in Construction Science and Management can expect to be qualified for high paying jobs across all areas of industry and government.

Student Outcomes

Upon graduation, graduates will be able to

  • Create effective and professional written communications. 

  • Apply critical thinking. 

  • Apply problem solving techniques. 

  • Apply decision making techniques. 

  • Apply research methods. 

  • Apply advanced communication technology. 

  • Apply professional ethics. 

  • Apply advanced construction management practices. 

  • Understand risk management. 

  • Understand the principles of leadership in business. 


CMR 700 must be taken on its own and cannot be substituted. The remaining classes may be taken at a maximum of two per semester only. 

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