Collaborative Ph.D. in Civil & Environmental Engineering with a focus on Construction Engineering Management About the Program
This Ph.D. program in Civil and Environmental Engineering with a focus on Construction Engineering and Management is a collaborative effort between the departments and CEE and CM faculty at CSU.
This program is designed to provide an interdisciplinary curriculum that combines courses in estimating and scheduling with the basics of civil engineering, business, management, communication skills, and the humanities. The focus is on integrating innovative management systems, computers, and other technologies into the construction process.
Faculty members in both departments pursue applied research opportunities by maintaining a close association with the needs of the regional, national, and global Architecture/Engineering/Construction industry. In pursuing this applied research, the faculty has identified three core research alliance areas that span research, teaching, and outreach activities and provide a common ground for interaction between faculty and students. As the demands of the industry change over time, these research alliance areas may evolve and additional areas may be established.
Our current research areas include:
- Construction Education and Workforce Development
- Construction Technology
- Infrastructure Systems
- Project Delivery and Management
- Sustainability and Resilience
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For more information on this doctoral program, please visit the Civil and Environmental Engineering website.
Find Graduates from the Doctoral Program
Dr. Shantanu Kumar
Graduation: Summer 2023
Gilmore Construction – Denver, Colorado
Dr. A. Rahman Abdallah
Bridge Engineer at EXP
Dr. Deniz Besiktepe
Dr. Duygu Kalan
Estimator at Nelson Pipeline Constructors, LLC.
Dr. Marjan Sadeghi
Research VDC Engineer at VIATechnik, LLC.