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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
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.Learn more about Construction EngineeringRequest more information
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.Learn more about Construction ManagementRequest more information