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  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin

Construction Management Graduate Certificate


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The Certificate in Construction Management is a professional curriculum for students who need to update and formalize their knowledge pertaining to construction management. The certificate program is open to students currently enrolled in a masters or doctoral degree program and to students who have a baccalaureate degree. Students not enrolled in a masters or doctoral program must apply as a non-degree  seeking student. Students may complete the certificate program with or without being admitted to a specific degree program. Students must apply to certificate program before completing six (6) credit hours of the courses required for the Certificate. Students may complete the certificate curriculum by taking the courses in any combination of regular or on-line courses.

To earn the Certificate, students are required to complete a minimum of 18 credit hours (all with grades of B or better) approved by the graduate committee. Upon review and approval by the graduate committee, credit earned during certificate achievement may be applied toward the M.S. degree.

Research and Scholarly Integrity Education

All faculty holding Regular or Associate graduate faculty status, must complete CITI training modules required by the Graduate School and their departments. All graduate students must complete the CITI training modules required by the Graduate School and their departments the first semester they are enrolled in graduate school. The RSIE policy and training information are found on the Graduate School web page –www.usm.edu/graduate-school. Contact the Dean of the Graduate School if you have any questions regarding the policy of training information.

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