Master of Land and Property Development and Master of Science in Construction Management Combined Degree Program

The Master of Land and Property Development (MLPD), administered by the College of Architecture, is an entrepreneurship-oriented program of study which combines business and finance with physical planning, design and construction. The MLPD program dissolves the boundaries between planning, construction and environmental issues and between finance, accounting and market issues. However, through rigorous training in due diligence, site analysis, entitlements, project management, and market and financial analysis, graduates also become uniquely prepared for the real world.

The Master of Science in Construction Management program is an advanced curriculum focusing on research in areas related to construction management. Students will develop a specialization through coursework in their fields of interest. The program is augmented with classes in Business Administration, Engineering, Architecture, and other support areas as appropriate for specialization development.

The combined degree allows the student to complete both programs more quickly than they would if taken separately. Students completing both degrees will be well-prepared to take on roles related to site development, project management, and business administration within the construction and architecture industries.