What is a Graduate Certificate in Design and Construction Management?

The Graduate Certificate in Design and Construction Management (DCM) is a graduate degree program requiring 15 credit hours of instruction beyond a Bachelor's Degree, or about half the instructional requirements of a Master's Degree. Most credits are applicable to a related Master's program should you desire to continue your education. Engineers and construction professionals will enhance their skills to help prepare for more responsible jobs and to help advance to more responsible management positions.

The program permits flexible course selection within three major subject areas, human relations and communications, construction project management, and construction technical issues. See our course matrix for specific course offerings.

This program was designed in collaboration with construction industry employers and continues to engage industry as a partner in course development.

Visit the DCM program pages.

Program Links

Course Offerings

How To Apply & Register

Students can apply to the Program through the UAF Office of Admissions. Registration for individual 1 credit short courses is now handled through the UAF eLearning & Distance Education.

Contact

If you have questions about the program, please feel free to email Keith Whitaker or stop by Duckering 257 at the Fairbanks campus for more information.

Keith Whitaker, PE
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
257 Duckering Building
PO Box 755900
Fairbanks, AK 99775
(907) 474-7497
kwhitaker@alaska.edu