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IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology

Construction Management Certificate

*This certificate is not available to the Construction majors who are seeking the CEMTBS study plan

This certificate is designed to provide educational opportunities for those who have a need to enhance their construction management skills and techniques.  The certificate provides an opportunity to learn estimating, pricing, bidding, planning, scheduling, and contract administration, and computer applications in construction management.

To qualify for admission to this certificate program, a student must:

  1. Show proof of completing 8 credit-hours in college level technical mathematics including algebra, trigonometry, and calculus
  2. Show ability to read and interpret construction drawings and documents
  3. Show ability to demonstrate computer basic competency
  4. Meet IUPUI admission criteria for certificate programs** (see note below)

Plan of Study 

No. Title Cr
CEMT 11000 Construction Accounting 3
CEMT 28000 Quantity Survey 3
CEMT 33000 Construction Field Operations 3
CEMT 34100 Construction Scheduling and Project Control 3
CEMT 34200 Construction Cost and Bidding 3
CEMT 34700 Construction Contract Admin. and Specifications 3
CEMT 44700 Construction Project Management 3
CEMT 45500 Construction Safety and Inspection 3
CEMT 49400 Engineering Econ for Construction 3
Total 27

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Tom Iseley, Ph.D., PE 
Construction Engineering Management Technology 
799 W. Michigan St. ET209P 
Indianapolis , IN 46202

Email: dtiseley@iupui.edu 
Phone: 317.278.4970

**The IUPUI Faculty Senate approved the following Certificate Program Criteria (May 2001):
“Students who are seeking one of the certificate programs offered by the School of Engineering and Technology must qualify for admission under the published criteria for one of the academic units at IUPUI and must complete at least one-half of the academic requirements for that certificate after admission to that certificate program. Although there are several admission and/or enrollment options open to certificate students, it is expected that all of this remaining course work will be in courses taught by one or more of the IUPUI academic units. Any courses, e.g., web-based courses or courses via the Internet, delivered by an IUPUI School are considered to be residence courses for this purpose.”