The Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) program at the University of Colorado at Boulder started in 1968.
CEM offers B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees.
The CEM program has 5 full-time faculty members plus two adjunct professors.
Approximately 45% of civil and architectural engineering majors choose CEM as their concentration area.
The typical graduate class size is 15 – 20 students while the undergraduate class size is 40 – 60 students.
About 25% of CEM students are woman and approximately 10% of CEM students are international students.
Undergraduate core competencies upon graduation include: Estimating, contract administration, planning and scheduling, surveying, CAD, equipment methods and construction engineering.