Scholarship Application

CMAA Mid-Atlantic is now accepting applications for the 2018 scholarship program. For more information about the program and to download the application, please visit our Scholarship Program page. 

Application's Due April 13, 2018

Local Student Chapters

Drexel University

3001 Market Street, Suite 173
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Host Regional Chapter: Mid-Atlantic Chapter
Faculty Advisor: Assistant Clinical Professor Richard Sievert
Phone: 215-895-5966
Student Chapter President: Spiro Nanakos

The CMAA-DU/SC is dedicated to promoting and facilitating the professional development of Drexel University students concentrating in studies including Construction Management, Real Estate, Engineering and Architecture by means of conducting networking, exposure and hands on experience. Through these areas; carried out within the Drexel chapter, our student members are presented with an opportunity to become affiliated with leading personnel within the construction industry. Here at Drexel, we believe that the application of both classroom and field experience conspires to an overall well rounded individual within the industry.

Temple University

College of Engineering Civil & Environmental Engineering Department
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Host Regional Chapter: Mid-Atlantic Chapter
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Philip Udo-Inyang
Phone: 215-204-7831
Student Chapter President: Kevin Small

The Construction Management Technology (CMT) program leads to the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology degree, which is accredited by Technology Accreditation Commission (TAC) of Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). The program started in 1969 and was initially accredited in 1975. The goal of the CMT program is to prepare students to pursue graduate education in their specific areas of interest, seek professional licensing and certification, and become involved in project planning, design, construction and research. Students are educated for careers as engineering technologists, who work with design engineers, translating conceptual ideas into functioning systems and providing supervisory direction for the implementation of these ideas by the technicians and craftsmen. The CMT curriculum prepares a student for a practitioner's role in construction engineering and management, therefore graduates are qualified for jobs as construction field supervisors, estimators, expediters, construction cost analysts, schedulers, plan examiners for government agencies that control construction, etc.

CMT majors may obtain a minor in business administration by properly selecting their specialty electives. Upon satisfactory performance in certain classes, laboratories and/or passing the required test(s), students may obtain the following certifications: NICET Concrete Testing Certification; Temple’s 30-Hour Construction Safety Certificate; Temple’s Timberline Estimating Software Certificate; American Institute of Constructors’ (AIC) Certified Associate Constructor; Fundamentals of Engineering (FE); and Construction Management Association of America’s (CMAA) Construction Manager-In-Training (CMIT). Students also learn useful computer applications, e.g., Autocad, Primavera, etc. Co-op work and internship experience are recommended.

The Department also offers B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering. The Masters degree offers concentrations in various Civil Engineering areas including Construction Management. The College of Engineering offers a Ph.D. in Engineering with concentration in Construction Management. For more information about the college, visit our website.