The Master of Science in Civil Engineering--Construction Engineering and Management,is one of the largest construction management programs in the United States. It prepares students from 16 different countries to enter the world of globalization. Construction Management is a set of complex, professional activities which require a special knowledge of the technical, economic and policy environment, and encompass elements of construction technology, real estate development, building science, law, architecture, urban and regional planning, public policy, and project management. The total annual value of construction in the United States is approximately $900 billion , making the construction industry one of the most important industrial sectors of the US economy. This degree offers the student a myriad of opportunities and exposure in the construction industry. Graduates enter into areas of construction management, engineering development and planning, consulting, and the pursuit of higher degree. Graduates have a variety of employment opportunities, including working for general contractors, real estate developers, sub contractors, construction management firms and architectural engineering firms. Graduates also have the opportunity to seek employment with prominent global architectural, engineering, and construction firms.
P.G. Students in Construction Engineering and Management will be exposed to the following Laboratories: