Welcome 2023 Freshman and Thank You for Considering the Rinker School of Construction Management
What is Construction Management?
Construction management is the planning, coordination, and supervision of a project from beginning to completion. The core curriculum focuses on understanding the construction management process through a foundation of technical, managerial, and business courses. The Rinker School of Construction Management prepares students with the professional capabilities to plan, direct, and coordinate activities involved with the construction and maintenance of structures, facilities, and systems. Graduates are typically employed by general contractors, developers, home builders, heavy construction industry (oil, petrochemical, paper), and service industries (bank, mortgage company). The Rinker School is housed in Rinker Hall, the first LEED-certified building on the UF campus and the 26th in Florida. Construction management students will receive hands-on experience through in-class labs in the Charles R. Perry Construction Yard and volunteering.
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Additional Rinker School Information
Combination Degree Diagram (BSCM/MSCM)
The combination degree program allows qualified students to earn both BS and MSCM or MCM degrees at an accelerated pace. Qualified students are allowed to begin the MCM/MSCM degree course work in the Senior 1 semester and count 12 credits of graduate BCN work for both the BSCM and MCM/MSCM degree requirements. For additional information, contact the Director of Graduate Programs.
Reusable Rinker School Water Bottle
If you would like to receive a reusable Rinker School water bottle, please fill out the form on the link below. Limit one bottle per household.
Sallie Schattner, Admissions Officer II
Rinker Hall Room 301