About the Program
The Construction Engineering and Management program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
The Division of Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) offers a degree in Construction Engineering (BSCNE) which is tailored to prepare graduates for professional work in the construction industry. The world is demanding innovative engineers who have skills to management people as well as the ability to design and manage projects.
The curriculum is designed with approximately 80% construction engineering and 20% management courses, and our classes are taught by industry experts who bring their own real-world experiences to the classroom. CEM offers opportunity to immediately put your skills to work in the real world. Our program is unique because it has:
- Small class sizes
- Innovative internships-3 paid 12-week experience
- 100% job placement
- Help solve complex infrastructure challenges
CEM degree propels our students into lucrative career paths as general contractors to business owners, consultants and project managers that work projects in aviation, oil and gas, healthcare, sustainable energy, bridges, skyscrapers, stadiums, etc. CEM offers students more than just an engineering degree. We are passionate about teaching, coaching and mentoring students so they excel academically and professionally to make a global impact.
Construction Engineering Management (https://engineering.purdue.edu/CEM/academics)
Construction Engineering Major Change (CODO) Requirements