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Master of Engineering in Construction Engineering and Management

The Master of Engineering in Construction Engineering and Management degree program is specifically designed to provide advanced professional preparation in a specialized area of civil engineering practice.

Completion of the Master of Construction Engineering and Management requires four core courses and seven elective courses, selected with the approval of an academic advisor.

Core Courses (12 credit-hours)

CAE 570 - Legal Issues in Construction
CAE 571 - Lean Construction and Control
CAE 574 - Economic Decision Analysis in Civil Engineering
CAE 577 - Construction Equipment Management

Elective Courses (12-20 credit-hours)

Construction Engineering and Management

CAE 470 - Construction Methods and Cost Estimating
CAE 471 - Construction Planning and Scheduling
CAE 472 - Construction Site Operation
CAE 473 - Construction Project Administration
CAE 572 - Construction Cost Accounting
CAE 573 - Construction Management with Building Information Modeling (BIM)
CAE 575 - Systems Analysis in Civil Engineering
CAE 578 - Construction Claims Management
CAE 579 - Real Estate Fundamentals for Engineers and Architects
CAE 585 - Legal Aspects of Real Estate and Development
CAE 597 - Special Problems

Courses in other Civil and Architectural Engineering Disciplines (selected with the approval of an academic advisor)