In the master Construction Management and Engineering the student will be educated on different aspects of managing large, internationally oriented, construction projects. Therefore the building- or construction project has a central position within this programme.
Besides that it addresses the growing need to reform the building and construction industry and therefore students are taught to deal with these transitions now and in the future.
The programme consists of three parts: the core curriculum (incl. cornerstones and compulsory courses), some elective courses and finally the graduation thesis.
There are four compulsory courses in the core curriculum. The aim is to develop and broaden your knowledge on the field of these courses, which are implemented in the following ‘cornerstones’:
- Legal & Governance
- Project Management
- Process Management
- Collaborative Design & Engineering
Besides these four cornerstones there are also other compulsory courses in the CME Delft programme. More information on the core curriculum can be found here.
Electives and Deficiency Courses
In the CME Programme the possibility is offered to follow some elective courses. Additional to the electives, students with a bachelor degree in architecture, civil engineering or technology, policy and management are required to participate in a few deficiency courses. Click here to find out more about the possible electives and the deficiency courses.
For more information considering the CME MSc Thesis click here.
The CME programme is open to students with diverse backgrounds. Students with a HBO degree or students with another degree different from architecture, civil engineering or technology, policy and management are required to participate in a premaster programme. Click here to find out more about the premaster programme