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GRADUATE DEGREES

Construction Management, M.S.

This degree is targeted for working professionals who are in leadership/management positions in the construction industry or planning to advance their careers to manage large construction projects. This program is different from other construction management programs as it is based on a well-balanced curriculum covering various aspects of the construction management profession. Special attention is given to working professionals with classes offered at times convenient for the students. Students will take required courses in legal and environmental issues in construction, advanced technology, project planning and control, cost estimating, financial and risk management issues. Students will also have a broad choice of electives from courses in construction management, engineering, business, or other graduate courses with department approval.

Engineering Management, M.S.

This degree is designed for working engineers and professionals who are in leadership/management positions or who are planning to advance their careers into the management of technical enterprises. It is also designed to benefit engineering or science graduates who are interested in assuming leadership positions in industry. The curriculum is distinctive in that it provides a blend of qualitative management and quantitative industrial engineering skills. Courses are offered in engineering, business, computer science and statistics. 

Admission Requirements

  • Baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution
  • Cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.5 in the last 60 Semester units or 90 quarter units

English Proficiency for International Students(Only one needed):

  • TOEFL SCORE of 80 Internet Based/550 in Person Based/213 Computer Based
  • IELTS SCORE of 6.5 or above

 Send the following to engineeringcsueb@csueastbay.edu

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