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Science and Engineering Building (Building 50) Construction Management, Room 2400Phone: (904) 620-2683Fax: (904) 620-2573Web address: www.unf.edu/ccec/construction/
The mission of the Department of Construction Management is to educate and develop construction professionals with a global perspective through a rigorous, relevant, and accredited degree program offered by faculty devoted to excellence in teaching, scholarly activities, service projects, community involvement and ethical standards. Students will experience an active working relationship with local industry and develop a global perspective through cooperative efforts and exchange programs with international universities and colleges in the framework of a culture of ethics, which are vital in the development of successful construction professionals and provides distinct characteristics for our graduates' pursuit of career development and professional opportunities.
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The Construction Management program produces graduates who:
The program consists of management-oriented technical curricula built on a balanced program of studies drawn from building construction, computer concepts, management, and general education requirements. A graduate of this program can expect to find employment in the residential, commercial, heavy civil, maritime or industrial construction industry. Typical employment positions include estimator, assistant project manager, assistant superintendent, field engineer, project manager or construction company manager.
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The Construction Management Program is accredited by both the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) and ABET under the Applied Science Accreditation Commission (ASAC). The Construction Management program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education through July, 2020.
Minimum requirements for admission into the Construction Management Program include:
Students will be admitted before all prerequisites have been completed. However, students must complete all lower-level prerequisites before any upper-level coursework may be attempted. [Go to top]
The Construction Management Department provides individualized academic advisement to all its students. Students interested in the Construction Management major are required to meet with an academic advisor to:
Students are encouraged to make an advising appointment as early as possible to develop their program of study. This will enable them to progress in an efficient manner toward the completion of a degree.
All Construction Management students are required to take a one-semester internship. Students may elect to take an additional construction concentration track class to replace the internship requirement if necessary. In like manner, students may elect to complete a second internship to replace one of the construction elective class requirements.
The Construction Management (CM) academic program is supported by various construction companies including some of the following:
APAC, Archer Western Contractors,Ltd., Ash Properties, Auld & White Contractors, LLC, Barnard Construction, Barton Malow, Batson Cook, BE&K, Brasfield and Gorrie, Danis Corporation, David Weekley Homes, Elkins Constructors, Favor-Gray, Haskell, Hensel Phelps, Hubbard, Kiewit, Manson Construction, Miller Electric, Petticoat-Schmitt Civil Contractors, RJ Griffin, Sauer, Stellar, Superior, Whiting-Turner, W.W. Gay.
Sponsored CM Scholarships
The following are minimum requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree:
Students taking classes at other institutions in their graduation term may delay their graduation due to transcript timing issues. All students prior to graduation must:
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Mag Malek, Ph.D., Professor & Chair Aiyin Jiang, Ph.D., Associate ProfessorCraig Hargis, Ph.D., Assistant ProfessorIssa Ramaji, Ph.D., Assistant ProfessorJames Sorce, MBA, CCEC Lead Academic Advisor & InstructorApril Flores, Office Manager
Department Location: Science and Engineering Building (Bldg 50), Room 2400Department Phone: (904) 620-2683Fax number: (904) 620-2573Advising Office Location: Science and Engineering Building (Bldg 50), Room 2200
Advising Phone: (904) 620-2759
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