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Master of Science in Construction Management

The new online Master of Science in Construction Management program at Texas A&M University innovates on traditional construction methods. This competitive, multidisciplinary program allows anyone around the world to pursue an advanced degree in construction science, but is meant primarily for those within the industry to continue their education while still working in the field.

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About the Program

This program provides an advanced course of study to individuals with extensive experience in construction.

Sectors of the Industry 

FAQ about the Construction Management Program

I have an engineering or architecture background. Am I eligible to apply for the Master of Science in Construction Management?

Yes, our graduate students come from various professional backgrounds.  Your application will be reviewed thoroughly by our Graduate Instruction Committee to determine whether you are a good fit to our program.

What is the estimated cost of attendance for the Master of Science in Construction Management? How does it compare to other construction management programs in the country?

The estimated costs are updated each year based on various economic factors. For the most recent data, please refer to the Student Business Services office or visit the Tuition Calculator. Our program costs are very competitive with other construction management programs in the country.  We encourage you to do this comparison on your own.

Is the Master of Science in Construction Management accredited?

Yes, it is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE), which is the body that accredits construction management programs. Accreditation is a process of validation in which colleges, universities, and other institutions of higher learning are evaluated. The standards for accreditation are set by a peer-review board whose members include faculty from various accredited colleges and universities. This means that our program is held to the highest standards. Our Master of Science in Construction Management is one of only five graduate programs accredited by ACCE.

Earn Your Degree Online

The Department of Construction Science is excited to offer the Master of Science in Construction Management degree program online beginning fall of 2023. Applications for Fall 2023 admittance will be accepted from May 1 – May 30, 2023, and applicants will be notified no later than July 31, 2023 with admission decisions. 

The registration link for this program will be available in May when applications are open. Please continue to check this website for updates and additional information regarding this new program.


Our online master’s degree is self-paced and can be completed as part or full-time status with classes being offered a-la-carte. Students are not required to research or submit a thesis. See also our in-person Master’s program geared to students hoping to conduct research or pursue a Ph.D. or academic career.

Preparing for the Construction Management Program

FAQ about the admissions process

How does the admissions process work?

Submit your application at Texas A&M GradCas along with a non-refundable application fee. The fee may be waived only in exceptional cases for low-income applicants and McNair Scholars.

We will review all applications and inform applicants of our admission decision by the end of March.

Read more about the Master of Science in Construction Management application requirements

Are there any additional fees associated with the online program?

Online Masters of Construction Science program students will pay an additional $250 distance education fee per credit hour.

What kinds of financial aid does the program offer?

No financial aid is offered to non-full time students in the online master’s program.

For full time students, occasionally, the Department of Construction Science offers scholarship and fellowship funds from other sources, such as the School of Architecture or Texas A&M University. Applicants must have submitted their complete application package by the first week of January to be considered for these opportunities.

Who can I go to for questions?

For more information about the Master of Science in Construction Management program, please contact the Department of Construction Science at or call 979.845.1781.

Questions or inquiries about the online admission procedures, or technical issues with the online application system, should be directed to the Texas A&M University Office of Admissions at or 979.845.1060.