Construction Engineering and Management Master's Degree
The Construction Engineering and Management master's degree program will develop technical, managerial and leadership expertise through advanced areas of study and initiatives including experiential learning and engagement with industry.
By the end of this program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate advanced knowledge in planning and executing a built environment project, specifically consistent use of integrative thinking; project management utilizing advanced cost, time, quality and safety controls; basic concepts in construction engineering and management, business, public policy, and leadership; and analyze potential project risks.
- Demonstrate quantitative and qualitative skills used in conducting research in the construction engineering and management field, specifically the use of data gathering methods and the use of data analysis techniques.
- Produce high quality written and oral communications
- Know and participate in the intellectual and organizational aspects of the profession as applicable to the built environment industry, including ethical conduct
Below are some of the typical courses available in this program.
Core Courses Include:
- Construction Methods and Equipment
- Advanced Project Controls in the Built Environment
- Construction Safety Management
- Project Management
- Earth Supporting Structures
- Construction Materials
- Temporary Structures in Heavy Construction
- Construction Project Scheduling
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.