The Construction Engineering and Management minor exposes engineering students to the fundamentals and applications of construction engineering and management. It includes principles of construction engineering and management, including project management, scheduling, life cycle cost analysis, construction principles, and project financing. Application projects throughout will help reinforce the principles and theory.
The minor requires the completion of 15 credits including as follows:
Group I (Required course): CE 3220;
Group II (Elective courses): Twelve or more credits from the following list of Construction Engineering and Management minor electives: AH 3275; BADM 3104, 3720, 3730; CE 4210, 4220; FNCE 3101; OPIM 3801. Group II courses can simultaneously be used towards the student’s major requirements.
This minor is offered by the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department.