School of Engineering, Computing & Construction Management

SECCM delivers practical, hands-on experiences so graduates can adapt to rapid technological change, communicate, and interact effectively.

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Accreditation

The Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). The Construction Management program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

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Academic Programs

We offer three majors leading to Bachelor of Science degrees or minors, as well as a master's degree in Construction Management. Our programs build strong technical skills, provide real-world learning experiences, and ensure excellent communication skills and interdisciplinary study.

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Areas of Focus

SECCM offers students three different routes to academic and career success. All programs of study offer a number hands-on learning opportunities.

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Facilities

Both on and off-campus, students can enjoy well-maintained, state-of-the-art facilities equipped with modern classrooms, seminar and discussion rooms, engineering and construction labs, computer labs, and special project rooms.

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Faculty & Staff

Our faculty and staff consists of academic experts and experienced professionals from around the country. They are involved in all aspects of educating our students and guiding them to program completion and career success.

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Beyond Theory

Alexia Byusa, RWU Class of 2017 Engineering

Choosing a college major couldn’t have been simpler for Alexia Byusa. Now she's an RWU alumni with the knowledge and experience to design the cities of tomorrow as a civil engineer.

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    RWU Students Claim Fourth Place in Robotics Challenge

    Students from the Roger Williams School of Engineering, Computing, and Construction Management placed 4th of 13 teams in the Micromouse Competition at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Region 1 Student Conference, held recently on the campus of the University at Buffalo.