The Construction Engineering Management Technology Program at IUPUI is one of the most diverse and gratifying educational programs in the country.
We attract students nationwide and from other countries around the globe. Our student body is made of bright students just stepping out of high schools and passionate professionals who are coming back to school for more knowledge and sharper skills. We offer class schedules that accommodate the needs of traditional students, returning professionals, fulltime, and part-time students.
Our faculty rank high among our peer institutions because of the wide range of expertise they possess. Their experiences include construction, materials testing, and facilities design. Our entire fulltime faculty earned advanced degrees in their fields of specialization. They also gained their titles in the industry as high ranked professionals.
The CEMT faculty is also supported by modern facilities and laboratories. Our classrooms are well-equipped with electronic teaching aids. The program maintains a wide-range of modern labs. This includes several computer labs, drafting labs, survey lab, concrete testing lab, asphalt testing lab, wood testing lab, and a soil testing lab.
The school’s administrative infrastructure supports the CEMT Program mission in teaching, research and service. For undergraduate students we offer Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering Management Technology. The program is structured to provide flexibility for a variety of career goals including structural design and construction management. Our program places special emphasis on recognizing current industry trends and involving our students in professional internships.
The CEMT Program also confers Master of Science (MS) Degrees through the school-wide MS in Technology Program. A number of scholarships are available based on academic merit. The purpose of our graduate program is to educate the upcoming leaders in theConstruction industry. An extra dimension in our graduate program is the opportunity for Industry-University Cooperative Research (IUCR) program. In such an arrangement a graduate student is sponsored by an employer and co-advised by a CEMT faculty as well as an industry professional. The student’s program is tailored to the company’s needs and the career path set for the student by the sponsoring employer. Under this arrangement a full-time employee can earn credits toward completion of an MS degree while working on a preset study plan targeting the development of desired skills through regular courses and well-designed tasks provided at the workplace or elsewhere. To further meet students’ diversity in interests and career objectives, MS in Technology is project-based degree.
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