At the Ph.D. level, Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) is an emphasis within the Civil or Architectural Engineering program. The Ph.D. requires 30 semester hours of coursework plus 30 hours of thesis credit. Ph.D. students are also required to successfully complete a preliminary exam, a comprehensive exam and a final dissertation defense. Students successfully completing the degree have the qualifications to enter an academic career or a specialized consulting career in a wide range of engineering or business based corporate environments.
Students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. degree should contact the CEM faculty member who specializes in the area that most interests you and aligns with your career goals. Individual faculty can provide information on research opportunities and teaching assistantships.
For application and specific degree requirements, visit the CEAE Department Web Page