From bridges and highways to airports and power plants, entire cities depend on the expertise of engineers. Their problem-solving skills are essential to planning, designing, and constructing the modern infrastructures on which society depends And while civil engineers and architects design the structures, it is the job of the construction engineer to transform those plans into realities. Having knowledge of business management and an understanding of the law are crucial when it comes to bringing projects to completion in an efficient and effective manner.
Throughout your studies, you will learn to use mathematics, science, and engineering to analyze problems and design construction processes. In addition, you will learn the concepts of construction engineering and the principles of business management. The synthesis of these two fields provides you with a highly specialized and marketable combination of skills. Lawrence Tech’s Master of Construction Engineering Management also stresses advanced computer and communication skills, as well as the importance of professionalism and ethics – all essential to success in any field.
Your 30-credit-hour program consists of:
|Core Courses||15 credit hours|
|ECE 5113||Sustainable Construction Practices||3|
|ECE 5213||Principles of Design-Build Project Delivery||3|
|ECE 5223||Techniques of Project Planning and Control||3|
|ECE 5243||Fundamentals of Construction Accounting & Finance||3|
|ECE 5273||Construction Law||3|
|Elective Courses||15 credit hours|
|Choose from the following:|
|ECE 5103||Applied Geographic Information Systems||3|
|ECE 5233||Advanced Construction Techniques and Methods||3|
|ECE 5263||Construction Safety Management||3|
|ECE 5283||Conceptual Estimating||3|
|ECE 5293||Special Topics in Construction Engineering||3|
|ECE 5353||Environmental Management||3|
|ECE 5823||Pavement Management Systems||3|
|ECE 5913||Graduate Directed Study||3|
|ECE 5923||Special Topics in Civil Engineering (Content Dependent)||3|
|ECE 6113||Concrete Engineering||3|
|ECE 6213||Issues in Integrated Engineering Management||3|
|MBA 6043||Global Leadership||3|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
In addition to the above electives, a maximum of two electives may be chosen from other graduate programs in civil engineering or related fields within the College of Engineering, with prior approval from the program director.
Admission to Lawrence Tech’s Master of Construction Engineering Management program is competitive and requires:
1. Submission of the Application for Graduate Admission;
2. A bachelor of science degree in civil engineering (or other technical field) from an ABET-accredited college or university. Individuals with an undergraduate degree in a non-engineering field may be admitted to the program, but may be required to take additional course work.
3. A minimum overall undergraduate GPA of 3.0.
4. Official transcripts from every college or university attended;
5. Three letters of recommendation, preferably from employers and former professors;6. A statement of intent.
Applicants who do not meet all requirements may be admitted on a conditional basis upon review by the Engineering Graduate Admission Committee.
For specific questions regarding the Master of Construction Engineering Management program, call 248.204.2556.
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