The M.S. program in Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) provides students the opportunity to specialize their education to the needs of their career choice. Beginning in the fall 2012 semester, CEM students will be able to select M.S. option in Civil or Architectural Engineering. While the core construction courses are the same for both degrees, electives for the M.S. degree program in Architectural Engineering focus on building science and those in Civil Engineering focus on the general civil courses (e.g., geotechnical, environmental, water, etc.). The goal of the M.S. program is to provide students the educational environment to expand their abilities as construction professionals, construction management, engineering, design-build, and owner organizations. The program offers educational opportunities in building construction and heavy/industrial construction. Preparing professionals for the analytical, multicultural, and creative demands of the future requires a strongly committed partnership between academia and industry. The continuing dialogue between the CEM program and the active local construction industry further enhances these educational opportunities.
For application to the Master of Science program and to view department graduate requirements, please visit the CEAE Department Web Page.
For more information about the CEM graduate program, please contact Dr. Paul Goodrum.
To learn about the Leeds School of Business MBA Construction Management Track, please visit the CU Real Estate Center Page.