The Department of Construction Management (CM) provides the student a program of study that prepares one for a variety of positions in the construction industry. The program consists of a management oriented technical curriculum regarding building construction, computer concepts, and business and general education. A graduate from the CM program normally finds employment in the residential commercial or heavy civil construction industry. Typical employment opportunities include cost estimator, assistant project manager, project manager, assistant superintendent and field engineer.


ACCE logoThe Building Construction Management Program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education. ACCE accreditation certifies that the UNF BCM Program has the necessary foundation for undergraduate students to become successful in the construction industry.


BCM educational outcomes are designed to produce students who:

  • have the ability to work with all types of people.
  • have the ability to think and reason logically.
  • have the ability to understand and solve construction problems.
  • have the ability to make sound economic decisions.
  • have the ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner, both orally and in writing.
  • are computer literate and Internet capable.
  • know and uphold ethical standards of the field.
  • are prepared for successful entry into the construction industry.
  • have the ability to lead in the construction industry and in the community.