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Construction Engineering and Management MEng

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering or architecture, or equivalent with an above-average standing.

The department will recommend on the acceptability of an applicant for admission to the program and may require the applicant to do specific remedial coursework to meet the program requirements.

Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 45 credits.

Students must complete 45 credits of 6000 or 7000 level courses. The courses must be selected as follows:

(1) 8 credits – Core Courses

BLDG 6571 - Project Management (4 credits)
BLDG  6831- Construction Processes (4 credits)

(2) 8 credits – Chosen from

CIVI 6011 - Pre-cast and Pre-stressed Concrete Structures (4 credits)
CIVI 6101 - Planning and Design of Bridges (4 credits)
CIVI 6411 - Urban Transportation Planning (4 credits)
CIVI 6451 - Pavement Design (4 credits)
CIVI 6461 - Pavement Management Systems (4 credits)
CIVI 6611 - Environmental Engineering (4 credits)
CIVI 6661 - Environmental Impact Assessment (4 credits)
BLDG 6611 - Building Science (4 credits)
BLDG 6621 - Modern Building Materials (4 credits)
BLDG 6701 - Building Environment (4 credits)
BLDG 6711 - Mechanical Systems in Building (4 credits)
BLDG 6731 - Building Illumination (4 credits)
BLDG 6751 - Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation (4 credits)

(3) 24 credits minimum – Chosen from Course Group in Construction Engineering and Management Program

Group 1 - Construction Management: Topic Areas: E21, E24.
These groups of courses could also include special program courses put on for or by a given industry in conjunction with the Gina Cody School.

(4) Remaining credits

Can be chosen from the Engineering Courses section, which include E72 (MBA courses) other than the courses listed in (1), (2), and (3).

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