M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management
Majors & ALCs
Established in 1935, the M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management is the oldest continuous construction management program in the country. The school offers majors in Construction Management and Fire and Emergency Services; and certificates in Construction Management, Emergency Medical Services Management, and Fire and Emergency Services Management.
Established: 1935 through the architecture program. Became a department in 1957 and a school in 1976.
Accredited: American Council for Construction Education
Degrees: Bachelor of Science in Construction Management (B.S.C.M), Bachelor of Science in Fire and Emergency Services (B.S.F.E.S.)
Certificates: EMS Management, FES Management, Construction Management
Scholarships: General financial aid information is available from the Office of Student Financial Affairs. The school can provide scholarship information for third- and fourth-year building construction students.
Internships and Career Guidance: The school has a job placement office and also hosts a building construction job fair each semester.
Research Centers: Shimberg Center for Housing Studies, the Powell Center for Construction and Environment, the Fluor Program for Construction Safety and the Center for Advanced Construction Information Modeling.
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