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    The Construction Management program at MSU Moorhead is accredited by American Council of Construction Education (ACCE). Courses include construction estimating, project scheduling, construction materials and methods, surveying, project management, construction equipment, and safety on the job site. The CM curriculum also includes many business classes in areas such as accounting, economics, and management.

    The four-year degree in construction management from MSUM offers employers a unique blend of construction and engineering expertise coupled with management-level training that poises graduates for greater earning potential and upward mobility into senior management roles. Students can earn their four-year Construction Management degree from MSU Moorhead on the North Hennepin Community College campus in Brooklyn Park, MN or on the MSUM campus in Moorhead, MN.

     

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  • Nonprofit management and leadership workshops on campus

    MSUM, United Way and the Otto Bremer Foundation are once again offering Nonprofit Management and Leadership workshops (formerly Essentials of Nonprofit Administration) held on the campus of Minnesota State University Moorhead. They are offered the second Wednesday of every month, September 2014 through May 2015. This comprehensive training program is designed to address today’s critical [...]

    Summer 2014 advising & registration begins March 3

    Summer advising begins Monday, March 3 and summer registration begins Monday, March 10. There are no specific registration windows assigned for summer through your e-services – open enrollment for summer 2014 will begin on March 10 at 8 a.m.

    Fall 2014 registration windows

    Registration for the Fall 2014 semester is scheduled from March 10-14 and March 24-28, 2014. During this time, currently enrolled or returning students have an opportunity to register before new students. Registration proceeds according to the number of semester hours individual students have completed. Students with more earned semester hours are allowed to register earlier [...]

    Faculty receive Galileo donation

    Andrew Chen, Computer Science and Information, Linda Winkler and Steve Lindaas, Physics and Astronomy, along with Daniel Heckaman, Chief Information Officer, applied to the Intel Corporation Galileo program and were awarded 20 development kits. The Galileo kit is an Arduino compatible development board that will be used to explore new directions in CSIS and Physics [...]

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