Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Construction Management

The construction management program in the College of Architecture and the Built Environment offers to those with at least two years of professional experience in the construction management field the opportunity to further develop their knowledge of current trends in the industry. Our 12-credit hour certificate program recognizes the major changes happening in the architecture and construction industry in the fields of sustainable buildings, integrated practice and building information modeling. Therefore the program offers three courses that specifically address these areas while offering flexibility by a fourth elective course of the student’s choice. Acceptance to the certificate program assumes the applicant already possesses a level of competency in the construction management field gained through professional experience.


MCM 602      Construction Information Modeling  3 credits
SDN 601 Sustainable Design Methodologies  3 credits
SDN 603 Sustainable Systems 3 credits
Elective Any other required or elective course in the curriculum 3 credits

Total Credit Hours: 12 Credits