The engineering field is becoming more complex and needs leaders who can solve real-world challenges.
The world is demanding innovative engineers who have the ability to design and manage projects as well as the skills to manage people. However, many engineering programs don’t have the ability to meet this demand.
- Classes are taught by industry experts who bring their own real-world experiences.
- Industry partnerships provide immediate, hands-on, real-life work experience.
- CEM students have the opportunity to study abroad and earn graduate degrees.
Our innovative engineering program will help you turn your passion for engineering and architecture into a rewarding career where your leadership, designs, and oversight influence every aspect of a construction project.
CEM offers students more than just an engineering degree. We’re passionate about teaching, coaching, and mentoring students. Our goal is to help you excel academically and turn your passion for engineering into a lucrative career.
The CEM program was initiated and crafted by a direct need from the industry. We have amazing partners throughout the world that drive our program’s success and help young leaders become extremely capable engineers from the ground up.
As an alumni of our construction engineering program, your insights, feedback, and support are invaluable—especially to students. Alumni are a valuable part of developing versatile engineers through mentoring, giving, and guest speaking.
My internship with Power Construction exceeded my expectations. It was a rewarding and fulfilling experience that motivated me to continue my academic and professional journey in construction.
Over the summer I worked with Mortenson Construction on a wind farm. The project we were on was in the early phases, so we were just working on foundations. We got to travel to other Mortenson Projects that were almost completed so we could climb the towers and get the whole picture. It was a really great experience and I'd recommend always talking up new opportunities during your Internships!
In Capstone, we learn first-hand about the aspects of construction projects that most of us have not encountered during our internships, such as the early design phases and the detailed process of planning physical construction work. I believe [Capstone] has made me and my fellow peers well-rounded and more knowledgeable individuals prepared to take on many of the challenges we may face in the construction industry.
Our construction engineering program was initiated and crafted by a direct need from the industry, and it continues to drive our program’s success.
Our corporate partners are invested in helping students turn their passion for engineering and architecture into a career where their leadership, design, and oversight influence every aspect of a construction project.