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Graduate Certificate in Construction Project Management


With the tremendous growth in the international construction market, more and more companies are doing business across the international dateline. Under the World Trade Organization and Washington Accord treaties, construction industry professionals can practice their profession outside their country of citizenship. These agreements present corporations and individuals with ever-expanding national and international construction opportunities, but they need to understand how the construction industry operates on a global basis. Certificates in International Construction Management are uniquely designed concentration of 12 credit hours (4 courses) and are available to individuals desiring to focus on a particular skill or knowledge area in international construction management.

Note: These certificates can be completed by registering as a non-degree student.

Program: Graduate Certificate (Certificate) Length: 12 credits
Delivery: Web, Proctored Exams Requirements: Locational - Finals may be taken at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida on dates scheduled by the student.
Computer Requirements
College: The College of Design, Construction and Planning
Department: M.E. Rinker Sr. School of Building Construction
Admissions: Application deadlines in January, May and August. Admissions Information
Prerequisites: Undergraduate degree, GPA of 3.0, letter of recommendation, statement of purpose, 3 years of related work
MSFES Advisor
tel: 352-273-1149
Design, Construction and Planning
Gainesville, FL

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