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186 Jay Street
Voorhees Hall 433 (V-433)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
10am - 6pm (In Person)
10am - 6pm (In Person)
10am - 6pm (In Person)
10am - 6pm (Remote)
10am - 6pm (Remote)
Welcome to the Department of Construction Management & Civil Engineering Technology
Faculty are available to help you with registration advisement during the scheduled hours posted below. We offer in person and zoom sessions. We do encourage you to come in and talk to your advisors. Zoom sessions are sometimes very full therefore if you are able to, you should consider attending in person. In preparation for your advisement session, please complete the advisement form. Faculty will reference with form during your session. At times, faculty will be able to reply to your request during their scheduled advisement times; however, if you have not received an email regarding your request, please do attend an advisement session.
|March 27th||Prof. Allahverdi||10:00am - 12:00pm||In-person V430|
|March 28th||Prof. Guzman||9:30am - 12:30pm||Zoom
|March 28th||Prof. Norouzi||5:30pm - 7:30pm||Zoom
|March 29th||Prof. Azarderakhsh||10:30am - 12:30pm||In-Person V415|
|March 29th||Prof. Salazar||2pm - 5pm||Zoom
|March 30th||Prof. Sowder||12pm - 2pm||In person V425|
|March 31st||Prof. Villatoro||8am - 10am||From Advisement request form (only)|
|April 4th||Prof. Salazar||10am - 12pm||Zoom
|April 7th||Prof. Villatoro||From Advisement request form (only)|
|April 17th||Prof. Stegmaier||10am - 2pm||In-person V423|
|April 18th||Prof. Norouzi||5:30pm - 7:30pm||Zoom
|April 19th||Prof. Azarderakhsh||10:30am - 12:30pm||In-Person V415|
|April 20th||Prof. Sowder||2pm - 4pm||In person V425|
|April 24th||Prof. Villatoro||11am - 1pm||Zoom
|April 25th||Prof. Allahverdi||10am - 12pm||In-person V430|
|April 26th||Prof. Guzman||12:30pm - 3:30pm||Zoom
|April 27th||Prof. Stegmaier||10am - 12pm||In-person V423|
|April 28th||Prof. Azarderakhsh||12:30pm - 2:30pm||Zoom
|May 1st||Prof. Norouzi||11am - 1pm||In-Person V424|
|May 2nd||Prof. Allahverdi||10am - 12pm||In-person V430|
|May 4th||Prof. Sowder||12pm - 2pm||In person V425|
|May 15th||Prof. Gholitabar||9am - 11am||Zoom
|May 22nd||Prof. Gholitabar||9am - 11am||Zoom|
|May 31st||Prof. Gholitabar||1pm - 3pm||Zoom|
For job placement, email Prof. Sowder @ AMSowder@citytech.cuny.edu and visit the CMCE Career Resources OpenLab page.
For questions about the BTECH, email Prof. Allahverdi @ NAllahverdi@citytech.cuny.edu.
For additional resources, visit the Perkins Peer Advisement OpenLab page.
To meet with the Chair, email Prof. Villatoro, MVillatoro@citytech.cuny.edu to request an appointment.
The Department of Construction Management and Civil Engineering (CMCE) Technology has provided trained engineering and construction management technicians for New York City's construction and public works industries since 1947. Students are offered multiple program options, which share a closely aligned base of major courses, along with a strong foundation of general education coursework. The CMCE department currently offers the following programs:
- Construction Engineering Technology (BTech)
- Civil Engineering Technology Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
- Construction Management Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
- Construction Management Certificate
The mission of the Department of Construction Management and Civil Engineering Technology at New York City College of Technology is to educate our students for careers in the fields of Construction Management and Civil Engineering Technology. Through excellence in teaching and community service, the department promotes opportunities for scholarly, personal, and professional growth. We value and will continue our long tradition of educating non-traditional students of diverse backgrounds for successful entry into the workforce. The department is committed to maintaining a diverse faculty of Professional Engineers, Architects, and Construction Managers thus enabling our graduates to be well prepared to support the diverse needs of the City of New York.
In the Civil Engineering Technology associate degree program, our focus is on the fundamental concepts and technical skills required to create a wide range of career paths in the civil engineering profession. We balance practical knowledge with theory and encourage a lifetime of learning and leadership. Students are made aware of their ethical, social, and legal responsibilities as practicing professionals in this people serving profession.
In the Construction Management associate degree program, we prepare students for success within the professional practice of construction management. This preparation includes an understanding of the design, engineering, business, and technical principles and practices used in the construction industry. As future leaders in the construction industry, students are made aware of their ethical, social, and legal responsibilities as practicing professionals.
In the Construction Engineering Technology bachelor degree program, students are trained to enter a professional field which requires designing, planning, construction, and management of infrastructure. Construction engineers are a hybrid between civil engineers and construction managers. Coursework focuses on the design as well as the construction management of highways, bridges, airports, railroads, buildings, dams and utilities. This allows our graduates to understand both the design processes as well as the building requirements needed to design and build today's infrastructure, particularly in New York City.
Enrollment, Progression & Graduation
For continuing progress and to meet prerequisites for required classes in the AAS degree in Construction Management Technology, AAS degree in Civil Engineering Technology, or BTech degree in Construction Engineering Technology, students must earn a C or higher in MAT 1275, CMCE 1115, and CMCE 1215.
Click here to view the annual enrollment data compiled by our Office of Assessment, Institutional Research, and Effectiveness (AIRE). Enrollment data collected for CMCE students in our Associates and Bachelors programs is summarized below:
|Enrollment by Program (Fall numbers)||2016||2017||2018||2019||2020|
|Construction Management Technology AAS||162||143||140||106||85|
|Civil Engineering Technology AAS||308||255||228||213||193|
|Construction Engineering Technology BTech||190||273||316||393||378|
Click here to view the annual graduation data compiled by AIRE. Graduation data collected for CMCE students in our Associates and Bachelors programs is summarized below:
|Degrees Conferred by Program||2016||2017||2018||2019||2020|
|Construction Management Technology AAS||19||22||20||25||31|
|Civil Engineering Technology AAS||44||28||57||50||31|
|Construction Engineering Technology BTech||28||28||47||61||81|