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  • Construction Management

    The construction management certificate is intended for seniors enrolled in construction-related programs (e.g., civil engineering) in universities other than UF wherein students spend one semester at UF completing four construction management courses.

    About this Certificate



    • A senior enrolled in an undergraduate degree program in a construction-related field (e.g., civil engineering) reviewed and approved by the school's faculty.
    • Demonstrated English communication skills.
    • Students from non-exempt countries must demonstrate proficiency in English by providing TOEFL or TSE scores.

    Required Courses

    Students will be awarded the certificate if they complete four of the following upper-division construction management courses with a combined GPA of 2.5 or better and a 2.0 or better in each course.

    Courses: Select 4 Credits
    BCN 3224C Construction Techniques 3
    BCN 3240C Equipment and Methods for Heavy/Highway Construction or
    BCN 5784 Equipment and Methods for Heavy/Highway Construction
    BCN 3255C Graphic Communication in Construction 3
    BCN 3611C Construction Estimating 1 or
    BCN 5618C Comprehensive Estimating
    BCN 3730 Construction Safety, Health and Environment or
    BCN 5737 Advanced Issues in Construction Safety and Health
    BCN 4709C Construction Project Management or
    BCN 5705C Construction Project Management
    BCN 4720 Construction Planning or
    BCN 5722 Advanced Construction Planning and Control
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certificates: construction-management