University of Colorado Denver

Construction Engineering and Management

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University of Colorado Denver's College of Engineering and Applied Science, Department of Civil Engineering's, Construction, Engineering and Management (CEM) program is the only cooperative, interdisciplinary CEM graduate program in the state backed by industry and supported by accredited schools of architecture and business. The program's core focuses on construction planning and controls, cost estimating, and materials and methods. Elective CEM courses include sustainable construction, project management, BIM and others. Additional advanced engineering courses are available in transportation, structures, soils, sustainability and more. Faculty in the Business School provide expertise in leadership, managing for sustainability, entrepreneurship, legal and ethical business issues, data analysis, decision analysis, financial management and quality and process improvement. Faculty in the College of Architecture and Planning add expertise in design, green building technology, sustainable systems, construction documents and managing quality and risks.

The graduate program currently offers a Master of Engineering (M. Eng.) after successful completion of 30 qualifying credits and all prerequisites.

Students that meet the eligibility requirements of the WRGP program will be able to apply for in-state tuition when submitting an application for graduate admission to the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Colorado Denver.

For further information, or to submit an online application, please consult our department website.

For more information on how to apply for the WRGP resident tuition rate for this program, please contact:

Roxanne Pizano
Program Coordinator
Civil Engineering
Telephone: 303-556-6274


Degrees Available