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Engineering | Del E. Webb School of Construction

Earn Your Hard Hat

Although there are no national ranking systems in place for construction schools, comparisons to other programs specifically looking at investment by industry, award-winning faculty, diversity of students and degree flexibility, demonstrate that the DEWSC is one of the top construction schools.

DEWSC Facts at a Glance

  • High level of investment by industry, including $25 million in endowments
  • High student diversity – among the highest percentages of women and minorities
  • Largest number of construction faculty in the country and still growing
  • DEWSC is housed in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, allowing students degree flexibility: construction management, construction engineering, or civil engineering with a focus on construction.
  • Future-focused: Program emphasizes leadership, sustainability, innovative materials and life cycle analysis
  • School housed in the state-of-the-art learning and collaborating facilities of the College Avenue Commons
  • Award-winning faculty: The Construction Industry Institute (CII), the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and the Associated General Contractors (AGC) have has awarded multiple teaching and research awards to DEWSC faculty.
  • International collaborations in China, Fiji, Norway, Singapore, India and growing

Construction Engineering

The accredited Construction Engineering degree program — one of three in the Southwest and one of 20 worldwide — combines engineering design and construction management courses with a focus on sustainability and building information modeling topics. We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees.

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Construction Management

Our Construction Management program combines engineering and business — teaching students to organize, lead and manage the building process. With new technologies and opportunities, construction executives have large responsibilities and impact daily lives.

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