Students in programs offered through Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance (GP IDEA) pay a different tuition rate. In addition to being online, the courses are taught in the summer in a condensed or hybrid format.
It provides the skills, information, and networks needed to facilitate sustainable and prosperous community change.
However, students are encouraged to prepare the AC Exam and earn a pass score or better established by the testing agency. The AC exam is the first level in reaching the designation of a “Certified Professional Constructor” (CPC) which is a three-stage process consisting of the AC exam (Level I), 4-5 years of relevant construction management work experience, and the CPC exam (Level II).
The AC Exam is offered twice a year, typically in March and November.
If their GPA in that program is above 3.0, they can then be admitted into the full online Master's in Construction Management program.
If your GPA is lower than 3.0 consider applying for the graduate certificate program.
Individuals working in all types of construction including residential, commercial, industrial, highway, and heavy construction may benefit from an online Master of Construction Management degree This professional program consists of 30 credits of course work and the Associate Constructor (AC) Exam.
The Associate Constructor (AC) Exam is administered by the American Institute of Constructors & Constructor Certification Commission.
The graduate-level construction management programs are accredited through NDSU's accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Universities.
At the program level the graduate-level construction management programs do not require any special, additional accreditation.