Apply Civil Engineering Knowledge to Construction Projects
You’ve been building things as far back as you can remember. Now, you see a career overseeing all stages of a construction project. Clarkson University’s construction engineering management concentration sets you on this path.
Courses align with ABET’s defined subdisciplines. Advance your understanding of the principles and current challenges of the construction industry. Start to develop projects, and drive success through collaboration and teamwork.
This concentration is available to Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering students.
Why Study Construction Engineering Management?
Let us help you build your future! Construction engineering is a civil engineering subdiscipline. This field focuses on making civil and architectural designs a physical reality. By knowing all phases of design and construction, you acquire the skills to change the world.
You have the opportunity to gain a specialization. With the construction engineering management concentration, learn about all components going into designing and building a high-rise, a bridge, a wind turbine and many more structures. At the same time, strengthen your problem-solving, leadership and organizational behavior skills.
This knowledge base helps you:
- Guide projects from conception to completion.
- Ensure projects are delivered on time, on budget and in line with codes.
- Develop projects that meet current sustainability initiatives.
- Become proficient in civil engineering, design, construction management and integrated project delivery.
This skill set not only opens up more job opportunities but increases your potential salary and sets you up for advancement.
- Construction: Gain the skills needed to tackle the challenges of the construction industry.
- Engineering: Develop the know-how to apply math and science to meet humankind’s pressing needs. Design solutions that build a sustainable, better world for all.
- Management: Hone the leadership and interpersonal skills that make teamwork a success. Understand how to meet corporate or organizational needs.
Review the full curriculum below.