Arizona State University offers a MS in Construction Management through its Del E. Webb School of Construction. While attending ASU, students can earn their online degree with only 30 credits. Each online class lasts about 15 weeks and only 10 classes are required.
Examples of such courses include: Project Delivery Methods, Construction Project Management, Company Financial Control, and Building Energy Management. Toward the completion of of one's MS degree, students will write a thesis and complete a comprehensive capstone project.
According to ASU's website, ASU boasts an engineering ranking within the top 25% accredited programs in the country. Students who graduate from ASU's MSCM go on to work professionally as Construction Managers, or Laborers; First-Line Supervisor of Construction Trades, Building Inspectors, or Carpenters.