Bachelor of Science in Construction Management is a four-year program for students interested in careers in construction management, techniques, operations, and related areas in the construction industry. The degree draws upon skills in communication and interpersonal relations.
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To graduate with this major, students must complete all university, college, and major requirements.
The mission of the M. E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management is to be the center of excellence for construction. The Rinker School will pursue this by promoting professional and ethical behavior in education and practice, advancing the industry by creating new knowledge through research and scholarly activities, educating individuals in principles, knowledge, and skills required to be successful in their professional careers, and providing service and transferring knowledge to the citizens of Florida, the construction industry, professional societies, the nation, and the world. Website
Opportunities for advancement and increasing responsibility exist in all areas of the construction industry, including land development; home building; public building; industrialized building systems; commercial, industrial, marine and heavy construction; underwater development; space-age facilities; materials and equipment sales and installations; and construction product research, development, sales and applications.
Critical Tracking records each student’s progress in courses that are required for progress toward each major. Please note the critical-tracking requirements below on a per-semester basis.
Equivalent critical-tracking courses as determined by the State of Florida Common Course Prerequisites may be used for transfer students.
To remain on track, students must complete the appropriate critical-tracking courses, which appear in bold. These courses must be completed by the terms as listed above in the Critical Tracking criteria.
This semester plan represents an example progression through the major. Actual courses and course order may be different depending on the student's academic record and scheduling availability of courses. Prerequisites still apply.