Civil Engineering &
Construction Management

Master of Engineering

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What is it?

The degree program is designed to prepare you for tasks in the field of construction and civil engineering. It is based on the current state of the art in science and technology. These also cover issues relating to sustainability, digitization, and social competencies.

You will acquire the knowledge and familiarize yourself with the methods required, as well as the ability to learn independently and to critically examine the tasks of this professional field.  The ability to cooperate efficiently, to make goal-oriented decisions and to act responsibly are additional required skills which you will acquire during the course of the degree program.

The master’s degree program has a standard period of study of three semesters. The modules can be chosen according to your preferences. Each semester is classed as a mobility semester, providing students with the option to study for a semester abroad.

Civil Engineering and Construction Management is a cooperative degree program of RheinMain University of Applied Sciences and Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences. Classes are held at both universities.

What can I do with it?

The degree program prepares you for management positions in the building industry, in the construction sector, in administration and in planning offices.


For degree-seeking students: detailed information on admission requirements, application deadlines, etc. can be found on the German page.

Key facts

Study location

Wiesbaden, Kurt-Schumacher-Ring Campus and Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

Standard period of study

3 semesters

Main language of instruction

German - We offer courses in English for exchange students.

Accreditation agency

Internal Accreditation

Commencement of studies

Winter and summer semester


Our i-Punkt at the Kurt-Schumacher-Ring Campus is there to answer all your questions about studying and applying.

You can contact Professor Stefan Plaum directly for further information.