Study Abroad in Construction Management

Study abroad Construction Management

Studying construction management abroad is an excellent way to gain new knowledge and broaden one’s global perspective. In the last two years, over 4,000 students have gone abroad to pursue this degree. Many of them come from UNM’s School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Honors College, and CCEE.

Students from UNM School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and the Honors College

Students from the UNM School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, the Honors College, and UNM School of Architecture study abroad in Construction Management during summer session 2018. This study abroad program is open to students from any major at UNM and includes students from multiple UNM departments, including the School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and the School of Architecture. In addition, students from the Honors College studied abroad in Germany as part of a study abroad program focused on the resilience of European infrastructure.

The School of Engineering offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in mechanical, electrical, and biomedical engineering. Students studying mechanical and electrical engineering may pursue a concentration in Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering. They may also choose to earn a Master of Science in engineering management.

Students from UNM School of Engineering

UNM’s School of Engineering offers several graduate programs in construction management. The program requires students to complete 32 credits, including 24 credits of coursework, 2 credits of graduate seminar, and a thesis of six credits. The program also requires a bachelor’s degree in an engineering-related field. Interested students are advised to contact their faculty advisors to determine which courses are appropriate for their degree program. The school also offers several special topics courses. For details, please visit the OGS website or check the UNM catalog and the CCEE Graduate Student Manual.

The University of New Mexico offers a BS in construction management. The program’s faculty is among the best in the nation, and students can expect modern facilities and a unique atmosphere of innovation and creativity. Taking up this program can be a life-changing experience, enabling students to grow professionally and contribute new developments to the world.

Students from CCEE

If you’re considering studying abroad in the field of Construction Management, the first step is to identify what courses you want to take. Meet with your Construction Management adviser to discuss the options available. Be sure to bring any relevant materials, such as transcripts, the APSA form, and course descriptions. The same is true for students who want to study abroad in another major. Once you’ve identified your courses, you can plan the rest of your coursework.

CCEE offers a variety of study abroad opportunities. International experiences are a great way to get the experience that you’re looking for. You can also earn credit while you study abroad. You can fulfill three of your upper division requirements through your studies at another college or university.


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