Construction Engineering and Management Program
The only cooperative, interdisciplinary CEM program in Colorado
The CU Denver Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) program is the only cooperative, interdisciplinary CEM program in the state backed by industry and supported by accredited schools of architecture and business.
Construction engineering and management concerns the design, planning and management of the construction, maintenance and disposal of structures, infrastructure, transportation systems, site work, and commercial, industrial, residential and environmental projects (for example: highways, bridges, airports, buildings, dams, reservoirs, light and high-speed rail systems, hospitals, laboratories, residential communities, utilities and environmental restoration projects). The program provides the necessary decision-making skills to support complex construction projects and subsequent management throughout their useful life.
Explore the site to learn more about the master of engineering and certificate programs, program courses, and the faculty and people who make the program possible.
How do I register?
All registration is done online through the online student portal registration system, UCDAccess.
Master's Degrees in Engineering
Students who wish to earn a master’s degree in engineering can choose from two different tracks: the master of science degree or the master of engineering degree.
Each department administers their own master’s degree programs, so you will need to choose the program you are interested in and apply for admission through that department.
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Last updated February 8, 2016