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Master of Science in Executive Management for Design and Construction

An Online Degree for Future Executives in Construction, Engineering, Architecture, and Real Estate Development

The Northwestern Online Master of Science in Executive Management for Design and Construction (MS EMDC) degree equips future executives with the advanced skills, tools, and strategies needed to become successful leaders in the AEC industry and related professions.

This online degree at the Northwestern University McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering consists of two phases of six courses each.

  •  Six core courses culminating in a Certificate as a first step toward a Master of Science degree.  
  • Six approved elective courses* to complement individual backgrounds and career objectives.

*With approval, up to three courses taken at other accredited universities can be applied to satisfy the requirements of this Master of Scienc degree

The MS EMDC online courses are taught by industry leaders with more than 20 years of experience and are relevant to AEC professionals, investors, risk analysts, bankers, and public sector contract and procurement managers.

The MS EMDC goes beyond book learning and addresses the real-world, decision-making challenges encountered in design and construction today.

For more information about the Master of Science in Executive Management for Design  and Construction (MS EMDC) degree, Yellow Ribbon and veteran support, or to schedule an appointment, contact Professor Raymond J. Krizek, Program Director, at  rjkrizek@northwestern.edu 847-491-4040


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