Construction management graduate programs

Build your career in person or online

Construction management professionals combine knowledge of innovative technologies, construction principles and business management to lead a wide variety of construction projects from commercial buildings such as hospitals, office buildings and sports facilities to infrastructure projects such as roads, bridges and light rail systems.

The Construction management program at ASU began in 1958 to serve the construction industry of Arizona and the Southwest. In addition to being part of a highly-regarded degree program, you will benefit from our established ties to industry, a strong alumni network, access to internships and professional student organizations.

Our program teaches you to organize, lead and manage the building process. With new technologies and advancements in means and methods, construction managers have great responsibilities that impact lives daily through the built environment.

STEM-OPT for international students on F-1 visas

Our construction management graduate programs program may be eligible for an Optional Practical Training extension for up to 36 months.

Construction management graduate programs

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Construction management and technology, MS

Become a construction leader with cutting edge know-how and experience with the latest technologies by earning your construction management and technology MS.

We offer this program in person at the ASU Tempe campus or online through ASU Online.

Members of a student construction management team stand together at a construction site discussing what they see on a computer. All are dressed in safety clothing, including ASU gold hard hats.

Construction management, PhD

Invest in specialty knowledge to advance your education to the highest level. You will build a foundation to allow you to pursue a career as a project manager, project engineer, estimator or scheduler, and eventually to become a principal of firms engaged in the construction of industrial, commercial or infrastructure projects.

We offer this program in person at the ASU Tempe campus.