The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management at Florida Gulf Coast University emphasizes the application of new technology, innovation and industry proven tools and procedures.
Undergraduate students have multiple opportunities throughout their academic journey to get involved in engineering projects, research and student organizations.
The Stock Development Department of Construction Management has formulated the following program educational objectives, which describe the career and professional accomplishments that our B.S.C.M. degree program is preparing graduates to achieve. In support of these objectives, the faculty have also identified the following student learning outcomes, which describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation.
Stock Development Department of Construction Management Facilities
Pictured below are a few the of the spaces that frequent Construction Management students.
The Wright Construction Group Method Laboratory, is a space for hands-on learning, in building materials, objects and structures.
In 147, students learn Construction Materials, Construction Mechanics, and Temporary Structures.
Students learn Construction Safety Health and Environmental, Mechanical Systems, Construction Methods and Equipment courses in 302.
In this classroom students are taught Construction Drawing, Construction Print Reading, Construction Computer Aided Drawing (CAD), and Estimating.
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