The Construction Engineering and Management Program

Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) integrates principles of engineering for the planning, design, and management of the construction of the built environment.  The Myers-Lawson undergraduate CEM program considers all four sectors of construction:  residential, commercial, industrial and heavy, and applies new and emerging technology, while simultaneously focusing on human factors.  This is the perfect degree for students who want to be an engineer, possibly to attain their PE license and manage construction projects and processes.