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Real Estate and Construction Diploma in Small and Medium Construction Project Management

Position yourself to become a successful project manager within the multibillion-dollar construction industry. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that, by 2024, the demand for skilled construction project management professionals will grow by five percent. The Diploma in Small and Medium Construction Project Management provides the specialized skills to build and strengthen your practical and technical knowledge, preparing you to successfully manage construction projects. Topics covered include construction planning, scheduling, estimating, bidding, awards, contracts, logistics, site management, cost control, safety, insurance, bonds, quality assurance, and risk management.

The Diploma in Small and Medium Construction Project Management provides the skills needed to establish or advance in careers in this field. The Diploma delivers a practical application of knowledge and experience that leverages real-world simulations, project scenarios, and case studies to provide a hands-on learning experience.

This diploma is awarded to students who successfully complete the five required courses. Click on the courses below for course sections and times.

If you need additional advisement, please email the program office at sps.realestate@nyu.edu.

Must be completed within

2 years

You'll Walk Away With

  • Knowledge of the project life cycle from the inception to completion and the construction project management processes involved at each stage
  • An understanding of roles and responsibilities of stakeholders
  • Effective communication skills to lead a team toward a common goal
  • Familiarity with construction-related documents, agreements, and delivery methods and knowledge of when to use them to achieve desired project outcomes
  • The ability to analyze construction management problems and identify and define the requirements appropriate to their solutions
  • A working knowledge of management tools and techniques necessary for successful project management

Program Curriculum

COURSES THAT GIVE YOU THE SKILLS AND TRAINING YOU NEED TO START YOUR NEW CAREER

Program Curriculum

COURSES THAT PROVIDE FOUNDATIONAL INFORMATION IN THE FIELD WITH OPTIONS TO SPECIALIZE IN AN AREA RELEVANT TO YOUR NEEDS

REQUIRED

All Courses Required

Introduction to Small and Medium Construction Project Management

Gain an understanding of the construction industry, the construction process, and the management of projects.

2018 Summer
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Construction Project Management Estimating, Bidding, and Procurement

Learn the theory, procedures, and practices that are used to develop construction project estimates and final bid price.

2018 Summer
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Construction Project Phasing, Scheduling, and Cost Control

This course covers the critical path method and other analytical and quantitative scheduling and management techniques for construction projects.

2018 Summer
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Preconstruction Project Planning and Organizing

Learn preconstruction project methods and procedures to identify issues, prevent delays, avoid cost overruns, and achieve successful outcomes.

2018 Summer
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Construction Project Delivery

Learn to manage the construction phase of a project, and examine a project superintendent’s role, responsibilities, and tasks.

2018 Summer
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

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General Admission Requirements

  • Resume
  • Two references
  • Essay
  • A bachelor’s degree

Introduction to Small and Medium Construction Project Management

Gain an understanding of the construction industry, the construction process, and the management of projects.

2018 Summer
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Construction Project Management Estimating, Bidding, and Procurement

Learn the theory, procedures, and practices that are used to develop construction project estimates and final bid price.

2018 Summer
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Construction Project Phasing, Scheduling, and Cost Control

This course covers the critical path method and other analytical and quantitative scheduling and management techniques for construction projects.

2018 Summer
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Preconstruction Project Planning and Organizing

Learn preconstruction project methods and procedures to identify issues, prevent delays, avoid cost overruns, and achieve successful outcomes.

2018 Summer
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Construction Project Delivery

Learn to manage the construction phase of a project, and examine a project superintendent’s role, responsibilities, and tasks.

2018 Summer
+ 1 more semester
2 sections