Construction Project Management

Succeed at every step of the construction process – planning, managing, scheduling

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Work Experience

Who Is This Program For?

This course is designed for professionals working in the construction field who are interested in pursuing a more advanced management role. It will be particularly instructive for mid-career to senior construction professionals, project managers and engineers, especially those working in the construction, real estate, manufacturing, and transport industries. Here are roles well suited to this certification course:

  • Civil Engineer

  • Construction Engineer

  • Construction Manager

  • Lead Engineer

  • Operations Manager

  • Project Administrator

  • Project Developer

  • Project Engineer

  • Project Planner

  • Scheduler

  • Senior Project Manager

  • Senior Site Engineer


  • Module 1: Construction Industry Overview

  • Module 2: Fundamentals of the Project Development Cycle

  • Module 3: Sustainable Development

  • Module 4: Trends and Risks in Construction Industry

  • Module 5: Planning a Project

  • Module 6: Introduction to Scheduling and Construction Activities

  • Module 7: Critical Path Method

  • Module 8: Activity on Arrow

  • Module 9: PERT and Range Estimation

  • Module 10: Role of Scheduler and Line of Balance

  • Module 11: Trends and Technologies in Scheduling

  • Module 12: Scheduling for Large Programs and Risk Management


Columbia Engineering Faculty - DR. IBRAHIM ODEH Image

Senior Lecturer of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Columbia Engineering, Founding Director, Global Leaders in Construction Management

Ibrahim S. Odeh focuses his studies and research on assisting construction firms with strategic management assignments in areas related to strategy and business development; i...

Industry Examples


Crossroads Advisory

Accounting company for small businesses contributes to the course content related to the Estimate to Completion or EAC lifecycle.



Architectural, engineering, planning, environmental, and construction management provider contributes to the course content related to defining the role of a construction manager, and BIM.



Large-scale development and infrastructure firm contributes to the course as a case study on its nationwide housing and infrastructure development program with Libya.



Architecture, engineering, and construction firm contributes to the course insights into construction bonds.

CE-CPM-McKinsey & Co

McKinsey & Co.

Public and private sector consulting firm contributes to the course content related to capital projects and infrastructure.



Global law firm contributes to the course features of construction contracts.



Project development and construction group contributes to the course best practices on EHS, as well as sustainability.

CE-CPM-Strategic Program Management

Strategic Program Management LLC

Large capital construction company contributes to the course content focused on identifying and managing international risks.

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Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a verified digital certificate of completion from EMERITUS in collaboration with Columbia Engineering Executive Education.


Financing Options

Climb Credit*

We offer financing options with our partner, Climb Credit*. Click here to learn more.

*Applicable for US Residents

Flexible Payment Options For All

Flexible payment options allow you to pay the program fee in installments. Click here to see payment schedule.

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Early registrations are encouraged. Seats fill up quickly!

Flexible payment options available.

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