Classes

CE395Q1: Project Controls

This course is targeted at graduate students pursuing M.S. or Ph.D. degrees in Civil Engineering specializing in Construction Engineering and Project Management. The goal of this course is to introduce major concepts of project controls in an integrated fashion, with particular emphasis on cost and time controls.

CE395U4: Construction Safety

This course is targeted at graduate students pursuing M.S. or Ph.D. degrees in Civil Engineering specializing in Construction Engineering and Project Management. This course will give students an overall understanding of construction safety concepts, techniques and tools, and impact of safety performance. The focus will be in the capital projects industry. The course covers evaluation of safety performance, assessment tools and techniques, and zero accident techniques.

ARE376 / CE395R7: Building Information Modeling for Capital Projects

This graduate code for this course is targeted at graduate students pursuing M.S. or Ph.D. degrees in Civil Engineering specializing in Construction Engineering and Project Management. The undergraduate code is aimed for Civil and Architectural Engineering seniors. This course focuses on the skills and information needed to effectively use an existing Building Information Model (BIM) in plan execution for a building construction project.

ARE323K: Project Management and Economics

A required course for undergraduate Civil and Architectural Engineering majors, this course is usually taken in the third year. This course is an introduction to project management and economics, which in real life are closely related topics. It is hard to be a good project manager without a working knowledge of finance and cash flow. And while some people get really good at economic calculations, applying the results usually takes some project management skill, whatever the domain.