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 further enhances this leadership position. A significant number of Fellowships and Scholarships are available to outstanding Master's degree applicants (M.S.E. and M.Eng.). In addition, all admitted Ph.D. students receive full financial support. MORE

Our Graduate Programs

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

    M.Eng. CEM

    The Tishman Construction Management Program (TCMP) offers the Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree program in Construction Engineering and Management (CE&M), as well as multiple options for dual degrees in collaboration with other programs at the university. Several TCMP Scholarships are available for outstanding applicants.MORE

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

    M.S.E. CEM

    The Tishman Construction Management Program (TCMP) offers the Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) degree program in Construction Engineering and Management (CE&M), as well as multiple options for dual degrees in collaboration with other programs at the university. Several TCMP Fellowships are available for outstanding applicants.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


Latest News

  • Professor Carol Menassa received the National Science Foundation (NSF) Career Award

    This award is given to those who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research. Her project is titled, "Multi-Level Occupancy Intervention, Simulation and Education for Energy Reduction in Existing Buildings".

    Professor Vineet Kamat received two accolades from ISARC

    Professor Kamat was elected to the Board of Directors of the International Association for Automation and Robotics in Construction (IAARC), and a paper that he co-authored earned a best paper award at the International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction and Mining (ISARC).

    Professor SangHyun Lee receives 2015 Henry Russel Award

    This award is conferred annually to recognize faculty members early in their academic careers who have already demonstrated an extraordinary record of accomplishment in scholarly research and/or creativity, as well as an excellent record of contribution as a teacher.

    The Laboratory for Interactive Visualization in Engineering was in the news

    The Engineering News-Record recently wrote an article about Professor Kamat's research titled, "SmartDig Goes Where Satellite Signals Lose Their Accuracy." The article described a research project aimed at making machine controls more accurate in urban settings. MORE >