Welcome to TCMP

The Tishman Construction Management Program (TCMP) is housed within the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Michigan, and offers a world class and innovative education and research program in construction. The University of Michigan has been a pioneer in construction education and research, and launched the first graduate program in Construction Engineering and Management in 1954. The TCMP continues this tradition with its strong emphasis on the highest level of professional practice and research. MORE

Our Graduate Programs

  1. Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree program in Construction Engineering and Management (CE&M)

    M.Eng. CEM

    The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) is a 8-month, 26 credit degree program in Construction Engineering and Management (CE&M) planned to be offered from Fall 2017 (awaiting final approval from the College of Engineering). The program emphasizes professional practice in CE&M and is for students who intend to work in the construction industry. The program can be completed in two semesters or can be combined with multiple dual-degree options across the university. MORE

  2. Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) degree program in Construction Engineering and Management (CE&M)

    M.S.E. CEM

    The Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) is a 30 credit degree program in Construction Engineering and Management (CE&M). The program focuses on professional practice and research in CE&M, and is for dual-intent students who may choose to work in the industry or continue towards a Ph.D. The program can be combined with multiple dual-degree options across the university. MORE

  3. Ph.D. program in Civil Engineering (specializing in Construction Engineering and Management

    Ph.D. CE

    The Ph.D. program in Civil Engineering (specializing in Construction Engineering and Management) is open to outstanding applicants who have demonstrated excellence in their coursework and a capability for independent research, which is the focus of the doctoral work. All admitted Ph.D. students are offered full financial support. MORE


Quick Links and FAQs

  • Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Construction Engineering and Management (CE&M)

    The 8-month 26 credit M.Eng. program is designed for students who want to pursue a coursework only option, and are generally intent on pursuing a professional career in the construction industry upon completion of their Master's program. MORE >

    Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) in Construction Engineering and Management (CE&M)

    The 30 credit M.S.E. program is designed for students who want to conduct research as part of their graduate studies, and are generally intent on either pursuing a professional career in the construction industry or continuing towards the Ph.D. program after completing their Master's studies. MORE >

    Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Civil Engineering (specializing in Construction Engineering and Management) 

    The Ph.D. program is open to students who have demonstrated excellence in their coursework and a capability for independent research. The focus of the doctoral work is on the student's dissertation research, which must make a significant contribution to knowledge. MORE > 

    Frequently Asked Questions and Application Instructions

    Instructions for applying to the graduate programs and a list of frequently asked questions on eligibility, admission criteria, dual-degree programs, financial support, and other matters are available for each graduate program. MORE >