Certificate in Land Development

In addition to providing students with a core knowledge of construction materials and methods, the Certificate in Land Development is designed for those with an interest in the pre-construction process, including market analysis, site planning, development law and finance. This Certificate program requires 18 credit hours and can potentially be completed in one year.


KSU land development students in the classroom

Program Snapshot

Required Courses: 12 Credit Hours

  • CM 3310: Real Estate Development Practices
  • CM 3710: Market and Site Analysis
  • CM 3800: Construction Finance
  • CM 4620: Development Process and Finance

Electives: 6 Credit Hours
Choose 2 from the following courses:

  • CM 3000:Computer Applications in Construction
  • CM 3040:Building Information Modeling I
  • CM 3110:Residential and Light Construction Methods
  • CM 3190:Sustainable Construction
  • CM 3400:Risk and Quality Management
  • CM 3410:Construction Quantity Surveying
  • CM 3440:Heavy Estimating
  • CM 4760:Construction and Real Estate Property Law

Total Number of Credit Hours: 18



Department of Construction Management

Kennesaw State University
Department of Construction Management
Building H, Ste. 333
1100 South Marietta Pkwy
Marietta, GA, 30060

Phone: (470) 578-4215

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