Construction Engineering and Management Master's Degree

The construction engineering and management master’s degree program has been designed with the flexibility for students to explore their interest in a specialized area, with business classes focused specifically on the construction industry. Stevens encourages construction engineering and management graduate students to compliment their studies with full- or part-time work in the industry.

By the end of this program, students will be able to: 

  • Exhibit consistent use of integrative thinking
  • Demonstrate project management utilizing advanced cost, time, quality and safety controls
  • Demonstrate basic concepts in Construction Engineering, business, public policy, and leadership
  • Analyze potential project risks
  • Demonstrate the use of data gathering methods
  • Demonstrate the use of data analysis techniques

Below are some of the typical courses available in this program.

Core Courses Include:

  • Construction Engineering I
  • Construction Engineering II
  • Construction Safety Management
  • Earth Supporting Structures
  • Project Management for Construction
  • Temporary Structures in Heavy Construction
  • Construction Management Master's Thesis or Practicum

Electives Include:

  • Problems in Heavy Construction
  • Strategic Responses to Cyclical Environments
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Quality Management & Construction Performance
  • Construction Contract Management 
  • Sustainable Design
  • Green Construction

One or more of the required core courses may be waived with the approval of your academic advisor. More information is available in the Academic Catalog.




If you have existing graduate credits or experience in this area of study, contact [email protected] to discuss opportunities to include it in the curriculum.