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.
Contact civil engineering department chair and CEM program director Kevin Rens, firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-556-2871 for more information.