The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers an undergraduate option in construction engineering and management. Students taking the CEM option will earn an ABET-accredited B.S. degree in civil engineering. The transcript will indicate that the student has earned a Bachelor of Science–Civil Engineering with option: Construction Engineering and Management.

Students pursuing the CEM option take the same core courses in mathematics, natural sciences, engineering, communications, and liberal studies as do the other civil engineering students. The applied engineering requirements within the CEM curriculum differ from those of BSCE in that students are required to complete courses in construction management and courses in the School of Business. Students must also complete two 1-credit co-op or internship experiences. The total number of credits required for the CEM option is 132 instead of 128.

REQUIREMENTS

Choose one:3
Steel Structures I
Concrete Structures I
Must take:
CIV ENGR 578 Senior Capstone Design 14
Select one of the following:3
Building Information Modeling (BIM) 2
Hydrologic Design
Design of Wastewater Treatment Plants
Solid and Hazardous Wastes Engineering
Water Treatment Plant Design
Hazardous Waste Management
Seepage and Slopes
CIV ENGR 531
Foundations
Geometric Design of Transport Facilities
Traffic Control
Advanced Pavement Design
Must take:
CIV ENGR/​BSE  491 Legal Aspects of Engineering3
CIV ENGR 492 Integrated Project Estimating and Scheduling3
Students must take two 1-credit co-ops or internships. A summer internship equals 1 credit; a co-op equals 1 credit.2
Select one of the following:3
Electrical Systems for Construction
Mechanical Systems for Construction
Select two of the following:6
Accounting Principles
Introduction to Finance
Managing Organizations
The Real Estate Process
Residential Property Development
Total Credits27