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As you plan to participate in Halliburton Engineering Global Programs, please keep in mind that COVID-19 is still affecting world travel. Our office highly encourages you to have an academic backup plan ready if COVID-19 causes the cancellation of this program.

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Locations and Dates

  • Location: Paris, France
  • Dates: Dec. 26, 2021–Jan. 15, 2022 
  • Term offered: Wintermester
  • Applicable majors: Classes may count for students pursuing civil and environmental engineering and students pursuing the engineering project management minor. Please consult with your departmental academic advisor to determine how this fits within your degree plan.
  • Prerequisites: 
    • CVEN 322 or an equal engineering economy course. Prerequisites can be waived by the instructor
    • MTDE/ENGR 333: No prerequisites required
  • Minimum GPA: 2.75
  • Application deadline: Oct. 1, 2021

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Overview

Basic elements of management of civil engineering projects; roles of all participants in the process — owners, designers, contractors and suppliers; emphasis on contractual aspect of the process — project estimating, planning and controls.

These two courses teach the basic elements of management for engineering projects, including: roles of all participants in the process — owners, designers and contractors emphasizing the engineer’s role; the international aspects of the process; and estimating, planning and controls. Engineering is a worldwide industry and teaching these two courses in France recognizes a growing demand for internationally experienced engineering graduates. We anticipate working closely with the Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics du Bâtiment et de l’Industrie (ESTP) because of their strong relationships with large French engineering and construction firms. Texas A&M University students will attain a huge competitive advantage by studying civil and engineering project management in a global setting. Civil engineering students will take CVEN 349, and all other engineering students will take MTDE 333 (ENGR 333). There is approximately an 80% overlap of content between the two courses, so modules for each course will address what is common and what is unique.

Students will continue coursework upon return to the United States and finish the class in the spring 2022 semester.

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Courses Offered

Estimated Cost

Please note that all costs are subject to change.

Estimated Program Costs Cost
Fees Collected by Halliburton Engineering Global Programs Office
Administrative fee (Non-refundable billed separately upon commitment, not insurable) $500
Remaining Program Cost
Program Cost (includes Lodging, some meals, excursions, cultural visits, in-country transportation, CISI international health insurance, & Contribution toward faculty leader expenses
$3,300
Total Fee Postings from Halliburton Global Programs & Education Abroad Office $3,800
Additional Estimated Expense for Program
Tuition and fees (3 credits included in spring flat rate tuition)* $0
International airfare $1,500+
Travel documents (passport and/or visa, if needed) $110+
Meals and incidentals (not included in Program Fee) $600
Cancel for Any Reason Insurance (recommended insurance for program fee less the less the administration fee). *Highly recommended but not required $240
Textbooks and supplies Varies
Personal spending (estimated $50 - $200 per week) Varies
Additional Estimated Expense ~$2,450
Estimated Grand Total ~$6,250

*The suggested amounts may fluctuate depending on the options students choose. They will not be billed by the Education Abroad Office or the Halliburton Engineering Global Programs Office, this should be taken into consideration when planning the finances of the program. For exact information regarding your course tuition and fees, please refer to Student Business Services Billing Explanations page.

Contact Information

Faculty Leader

Dr. John Walewski
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Office: DLEB 802D 
jwalewski@civil.tamu.edu | 979-862-5673

Program Coordinator

Halliburton Engineering Global Programs Office
engineeringglobalprograms@tamu.edu