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Construction Management and Real Estate

Within Management Science & Engineering and Public Administration, the Department of Construction Management and Real Estate focuses on education and research in two disciplines: Urban Management & Construction Engineering Management, and Land Resources Management. There are 29 full-time faculty members in the department. The department has one undergraduate program: Project Management.

 

Research Fields

Construction Engineering Management
Land Resources Management and Real Estate

 

Disciplines

Urban Management and Construction Engineering Management
    – Urban Development Strategy and Government Administration
    – Digital City and E-government
    – Engineering Management and Its Information
    – Construction Business and Urban Construction Management
Land Resources Management and Real Estate
    – Land Market and Development
    – Land Economy and Planning
    – Real Estate Investment and Planning
    – Real Estate Policy Analysis and Assessment