Within the education programmes, CME teaches a number of courses and (award winning) modules. An overview of the courses and modules taught can be found below.

Structure of the master


  • Legal & Governance Aspects
  • Process and Transport planning
  • Building Process Management
  • Systems Engineering in Construction
  • Infrastructure Asset Management
  • BIM & 5D
  • Procurement Strategies and Tendering in Construction
  • Sustainability & Circularity in Civil Engineering
  • Construction Industry Dynamics
  • Construction Supply Chains & Digitalisation
  • Value Management in Construction
  • Urban Governance & resilience for smarter cities
  • Decision engineering in Construction
  • Digital Technologies
  • Technological Innovation in Road Construction
  • Smart Surface Engineering
  • Simulation & optimization in construction
  • Safety by Design


Apart from the master's courses, CME offers two minor modules in which bachelor's students can enlarge their knowledge in the fields CME specializes in.

  • Smart Ways to get Smart Cities Smarter is a High Tech, Human Touch minor module led by Léon Olde Scholtenhuis from the faculty of Engineering Technology and is offered to third-year bachelor students of the UT. It introduces students to the field of civil engineering and management and society’s transition towards smart cities. The module addresses the challenges of maintaining urban space and infrastructure, and also provides hands-on experience during an industry-based design project. It is open to all technical students and students EPA and IBA. The module has been developed the faculties Engineering Technology, Electronical Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics and the ITC Faculty of Geo-information science and earth observation.