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N. Khalili

My studies at UAB have given me a better understanding of construction, increased my confidence, and helped me improve in my career. The CEM program was an important and rewarding experience.

""The Master's of Engineering with a concentration in Construction Engineering Management can be completed in approximately 19 months, but a 12-month option is also available. Course descriptions are available.

Typical Schedule for the 19-month Degree Plan

Total Credit Hours: 30

Note: all courses are 3 credit hours.

First Term

  • CECM 669: Advanced Project Management
  • CECM 672: Construction Methods and Equipment

Second Term

  • CECM 670: Construction Estimating and Bidding
  • CECM 671: Construction Liability and Contracts

Third Term

  • CECM 673: Techniques of Project Planning and Control
  • CECM 674: Green Building Design/Construction

Fourth Term

  • CECM 675: Advanced Construction and Engineering Economics
  • CECM 689: Building Information Modeling (BIM) Techniques

Fifth Term

  • CECM 676: Construction Project Risk Management
  • CECM 688: Construction Management and Leadership Challenges in the Global Environment

Typical Schedule for the 12-month Degree Plan

Total Credit Hours: 30

Note: all courses are 3 credit hours.

Spring Term

  • CECM 669: Advanced Project Management
  • CECM 670: Construction Estimating and Bidding
  • CECM 671: Construction Liability and Contracts
  • CECM 672: Construction Methods and Equipment

Summer Term

  • CECM 673: Techniques of Project Planning and Control
  • CECM 676: Construction Project Risk Management
  • CECM 688: Construction Management and Leadership Challenges in the Global Environment

Fall Term

  • CECM 674: Green Building Design/Construction
  • CECM 675: Advanced Construction and Engineering Economics
  • CECM 689: Building Information Modeling (BIM) Techniques

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N. Khalili

My studies at UAB have given me a better understanding of construction, increased my confidence, and helped me improve in my career. The CEM program was an important and rewarding experience.