SchoolHamm School of Engineering
Become equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary for engineering and project management in infrastructure, and build interdisciplinary skills to work with those in all areas of the construction industry.
What You'll Learn
Our students will develop the technical knowledge of construction materials needed for geotechnical and structural engineering; the practical skills of construction methods and implementing the construction design; and the application of technology for managing, modeling, and documenting construction projects.
- Gain hands-on experience.
Our students work closely with professors in our new Miller Insulation Construction Materials Lab to gain the tactile skills and experience that are invaluable in understanding the technical aspects of infrastructure design, engineering, and construction.
- Learn interdisciplinary skills.
Construction engineering integrates the disciplines of construction management, architecture, mechanical, civil, and electrical engineering. To succeed in this diverse field, we train our students to be effective communicators and have technical knowledge and awareness of each discipline, collaborating with engineering students in our other programs.
- Make valuable connections.
We have relationships with more than 50 companies, agencies, and organizations around the region, offering our students the chance to intern and make strong professional contacts.
Please visit our catalog for admission requirements and a full list of our courses.
Careers & Outcomes
Engineering managers plan, direct, and coordinate projects and activities from the office or on-site. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for engineering managers was $152,350 in May 2021.
- Civil Engineer
- Construction Manager
- General Contractor
- Project Manger
- Site Engineer
- Cost Estimator