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Construction Engineering and Management (M.ENG.)

The Master of Engineering in Construction Engineering and Management program provides students the knowledge and background that will enable them to make decisions at site, company, industrial, and sector levels. Students will learn how to plan and schedule projects, estimate and control costs, make economic decisions, administer contracts, organize construction sites, manage construction equipment, analyze productivity, optimize construction activities, plan and manage real estate developments, and address legal problems.

Note: This program can be completed mostly online, with the exception of one required course, CAE 571, which is not available as an online course.

Program Overview

Students will learn the principles underlying construction engineering and management in such areas as construction productivity, dispute resolution, and project management. This program prepares students to lead teams while managing the design, construction, and operation of sustainable buildings.

Career Opportunities

Our accredited graduate construction engineering and management program will prepare you for such careers as:

  • Construction manager
  • Building control surveyor
  • Site engineer
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The Master of Engineering in Construction Engineering and Management curriculum will provide students with tools and strategies practiced by the construction industry with an emphasis on scheduling, risk management, and quality control, enabling them to make decisions across site, company, industrial, and sector levels.

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Admissions requirements ensure that incoming students are well-prepared and qualified to succeed in their chosen program. Prospective students must review each program of interest to determine whether they meet admissions requirements as outlined in the course bulletin.

Featured Faculty

David Arditi
Professor Emeritus of Civil and Architectural Engineering
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Associate Professor of Civil and Architectural Engineering
Raymond Lemming
Associate Teaching Professor, Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Director of Construction Programs, Armour College of Engineering Director of Construction Engineering and Management Director of Engineering Management Adjunct Professor, Industrial Technology and Management