Our program promotes critical thinking, facilitates experiential learning, and builds successful leaders in the Architectural/Engineering/Construction industry.
Students in the CEM track of the CISE Concentration have opportunities to conduct applied research with leading faculty and engage in capital-intensive urban construction projects in Atlanta, which is one of the strongest construction markets in the U.S.
Students benefit from excellent faculty with previous construction industry experience and an active network of industry supporters, including general contractors, owners, construction management consultants, government entities, subcontractors, engineering design firms, owners, material suppliers, and pre-fabrication companies.
Construction Engineering and Management (CEM)
in CEE Undergraduate CISE Concentration Requirements:
Required: CEE 4100 Construction Engineering and Management
Complete three (3) from the following:
- CEE 4110 Construction Planning and Estimating
- CEE 4120 Construction Operations
- CEE 4130 Construction Safety and Health
- CEE 4140 BIM for Construction
- CEE 4150 Construction Management and Megaprojects
- CEE 4160 Smart and Sustainable Cities
- CEE 4803 Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Civil Systems