Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Management (CEIM)
The Construction, Engineering, and Infrastructure Management (CEIM) field of study prepares students to become effective managers and decision-makers familiar with the modern techniques of construction management, engineering management, and infrastructure management. It trains professionals to play a leading role in the international construction industry. It molds students to become active leaders in infrastructure development and management.
Areas of Specialization
Students may choose to either specialize in Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) or Infrastructure Management (IM).
Construction Engineering and Management cover advanced project management approaches to finance, plan, design, construct, monitor, and control construction projects. This master’s degree program emphasizes in-depth construction project management approaches such as project organization management, construction planning, and control, project procurement, contract management, productivity analysis, and improvement, quality and safety improvement, IT in project management, sustainable construction, project financing, Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) for infrastructure management, international construction joint ventures and construction business strategy.
Infrastructure Management focuses on the processes necessary for the planning and development of new infrastructure, and on maintaining and operating mature infrastructure for sustainability. A wide variety of management topics are covered, such as infrastructure planning, infrastructure economics, infrastructure management systems, optimal maintenance management, reliability of infrastructure systems, asset valuation and utilization, and infrastructure planning under risk and uncertainty.
Professional Master in Project Management (with specialization in Construction projects)
The aim of this MPM program is to provide applied and advanced project management knowledge to professionals working in large-scale construction projects. The program is designed for one year to study period. Selected students are construction industry professionals with at least 3 years of experience.
- Master Program
Undergraduate degrees in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Construction Engineering, Architecture, Quantity Surveying, Landscape Design, Interior Design, Business Studies, and other bachelor’s degrees related to construction projects.
Degrees in other fields of engineering, urban and regional planning, architecture, quantity surveying, etc., are also considered
- Doctoral Program
Master’s degree in Construction Engineering and Management, Infrastructure Management, or in any other field of civil engineering. Candidates with significant research or professional experience are highly preferred.
|CE70.11||Project Cost and Financial Management||Required||3(3-0)|
|CE70.12||Organizational Management in Construction||Required||3(3-0)|
|CE70.13||Research Methodology in the Built Environment||Elective||3(3-0)|
|CE70.21||Integrated Project Planning and Control||Required||3(3-0)|
|CE70.22||Legal and Contractual Risk Management||Elective||3(3-0)|
|CE70.23||Project Performance Management||Elective||3(3-0)|
|CE70.33||Occupational Safety and Health Management in Construction Projects||Elective||3(3-0)|
|CE70.15||Infrastructure Development and System Management||Elective||3(3-0)|
|CE70.16||Applied Project Management in Housing and Real Estate Projects||Elective||1(1-0)|
|CE70.9005||Selected Topic: Applied Project Management in Power-Plant Projects||Elective||1(1-0)|
|CE70.17||Applied Project Management in High Rise Building Projects||Elective||1(1-0)|
|CE70.18||Applied Project Management in Commercial Projects||Elective||1(1-0)|
|CE70.9017||Selected Topic: The Principle of Facilities Management||Elective||1(1-0)|
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)