In our nationally accredited program, you’ll get the knowledge and skills to be a construction manager or supervisor. You can also be a project manager, project scheduler, cost estimator or quality controller. You might even manage your own construction firm.
You can build your career in all areas of the construction industry: land development, home building, public building, industrialized building systems, commercial, industrial, marine and highway heavy construction, underwater and space age facilities, material and equipment sales and installations, and construction product research, development and sales.
Apply early. You’ll need a high school degree from an accredited institution, official SAT/ACT scores, transcripts from all other colleges you’ve attended. If you’re transferring from a public university or college in Florida, you must submit passing scores from the College Level Academic Test (CLAST).
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Our College offers financial aid and scholarships to qualified students. The amounts and eligibility requirements of these awards vary depending on the type of award. Merit-based financial assistance is highly competitive, so apply early.
You’ll need 128 credits to graduate. Lower division requirements include at least 60 credit hours of pre-engineering credits. Up to 90 credits may be transferred from an ABET-accredited institution of higher education. You must also meet the University Foreign Language Requirement, pass the CLAST (or have it waived) and meet all of the state and university requirements for graduation.