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 Engineering and Management (CEM). 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.
|Earn a MasterTrack certificate in CEM online: The MasterTrack Certificate in Construction Engineering and Management (MTC-CEM) is a series of six courses designed to provide students with a broad introduction to the knowledge and skills necessary to become a successful Construction Engineering and Management professional in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry. MORE||Start online, finish your degree on campus: Learners who successfully complete the online MTC-CEM can apply to the Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree program in Construction Engineering and Management (CEM). Learners admitted to M.Eng. CEM can earn 6 credits of acceleration into the on-campus program and require only 20 additional credits to earn the M.Eng. CEM degree. MORE||Earn your degree entirely on campus: The M.Eng. CEM is a one-year, 26 credit degree program that emphasizes professional practice. The Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E. CEM) is a 30 credit degree program that focuses on professional practice and research. The Ph.D. program in Civil Engineering (specializing in CEM) is open to applicants who have demonstrated excellence in their coursework and a capability for independent research. MORE|