Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Construction Engineering and Management – Courses

Construction Engineering and Management (PhD Only)



The following courses are offered to students through the Department of Construction Management:

CON 502* Research in Construction Management I
CON 503 Research in Construction Management II
CON 511* Project Procurement and Preconstruction
CON 512* Post-Award Construction Management
CON 521* Sustainable Building & Infrastructure Systems
CON 561 Applied Productivity Improvement
CON 565 Legal Aspects of Construction Process
CON 568 Construction Industry Institute Practices
CON 569 Regulatory Impact on Construction
CON 571 Facility Planning and Management
CON 577 Leadership of Sustainable Community Projects
CON 592 Seminar
CON 684 Supervised College Teaching
CON 695 Independent Study
* – 2 of these 4 courses could be counted towards the 18 credit-hour CIVE requirement.

Additionally, students will take the CIVE prefix courses that are relevant to their PhD research from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

In addition to the CON and CIVE prefix courses that can potentially be taken by the students, students can also take other graduate level courses that are offered by other colleges/schools such as Business, Engineering, Education, Natural Resources, and Natural Sciences.