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Concentration in Construction Engineering Management

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The professional concentration in Construction Engineering Management is available to civil engineering students to focus their electives on courses pertinent to the field of construction engineering management.  Electives used to satisfy requirements of the concentration include a set of courses that reflect the sub-disciplines of Construction Engineering as defined by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology, ABET, Inc.


  • CE 411 Construction Materials
  • CE 415/515 Foundation Engineering
  • CE 441 Reinforced Concrete Design
  • CE 442 Steel Design

At least two of the following

  • CE 405 Construction Planning and Management
  • CE 406 Construction Engineering
  • CE 407 Construction Estimating and Scheduling
  • CE 408 Building Info. Modeling & Integrated Product Delivery

At least two of the following

  • OS 466 Negotiations and Relationship Management
  • OM 480 Project Management
  • OM 351 Quality Management & Lean Enterprise
  • LW 270/466 Law and Society I or The Law of the Workplace
  • FN 361 Financial Management
  • ES 360 Materials Science and Engineering II
  • COMM 417 Business & Professional Speaking or COMM 217 Intro. to Public Speaking
  • EHS 309 Introduction to Occupational Health

    Or other courses as designated by CEE Department Chair


In addition to the required courses, it is recommended that MA 383 Applied Statistics I be taken as a mathematics elective course for this concentration.  A minimum grade point average of 2.0 is required in the courses taken for the concentration.  At least one-fourth of the credit hours required must be completed at Clarkson University, unless the Dean of the Coulter School of Engineering approves an exception.