What is the best school in the NE to earn a MS degree in Construction Management?
like so many other things it will depend on exactally what you plan on doing after you get your degree as in teaching or working in a managerial position in the office or on the jobsite.
this website gives an overview of many different schools around the country that offer degrees in this area, I hope it will be helpful.
No amount of schooling will ever substitute for on-the-job-learning.
Agreed re: on the job experience. After getting my degree (btw, I'll recommend construction management degree for a good state by state list of schools) I had the credentials to get a good job, but even after a couple of years on the job I'm still learning every day.
Make sure you study residential and commercial management.....