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Complete Guide to an Online Construction Management Degree

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Guide to Online Schools features 2 construction management programs, available through 2 colleges. Tuition at these schools averages $16,496 a year, with costs ranging from $4,020 to $44,463. Our online student reviewers have reported their experiences and given an average recommendation rate of 61 percent to these colleges. Student reviewers also reported an average career helpfulness rating of 54 percent.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $14,364 Associate $13,878 Bachelor's $14,454 Master's $15,126 Doctorate $12,836
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $75,461 Master's $95,322 Doctorate $77,808

Construction management programs are available at the associate and bachelor's degree level. Associate programs cover topics like project scheduling, construction law, the construction industry, and occupational health and safety. With construction experience, graduates can become foremen and supervisors within construction businesses. The bachelor's degree in construction management is a good bet for people who are interested in becoming project managers or general managers of construction businesses. Students learn about construction finance, human resources, leadership, and contract procurement. Most programs in construction management require an apprenticeship or internship in the construction field.

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