Program Admission Requirements

Admission to UNF’s Construction Management program is a two-step process. The student must

first be admitted to UNF and then to the Construction Management academic

program. The Construction Management program only admits students after they have

completed all Lower Division requirements. Thus, students are admitted to the Construction

Management program in their junior year.


Admission to UNF

Students who have completed an Associate of Arts degree at a Florida public university or

community or junior college with a minimum of 60 semester hours may be considered for

admission. A transfer student must have a cumulative college average of 'C' or higher at the last

college attended. The transfer student must also meet the Construction Management

prerequisites. Other requirements include passing the College Level Academic Skills test,

satisfaction of the statewide foreign language requirement if applicable, and satisfying the

Gordon Rule on College Level Communications and Computation Skills.

Admission to Construction Management

The UNF Construction Management academic program does not admit students until they have

junior standing (Upper Division) and have met all course prerequisite requirements. It is

recommended that students complete their Lower Division course requirements at a community

college. In the case of prerequisite construction courses (BCN prefix), it is a requirement that

they be completed at the community college. The UNF CM academic program does not typically

offer these prerequisite BCN courses.

Program Of Study At The Community College

The UNF CM program of study assumes completion of the Associate of Arts (AA) degree at the

community college. Some courses required for the major may also meet General Education

Requirements thereby transferring maximum hours to UNF. If you transfer without an AA

degree and have less than 60 semester hours of acceptable credit, you must meet entering

freshman requirements.


Specific prerequisites and requirements are detailed in the University Catalog.

Students interested in entering the program should meet with the Construction Management Academic Advisor to develop a plan for a successful academic career.