The School of Architecture and Construction Management at Kennesaw State University offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management with a Facility Management Concentration. The core courses for the Construction Management program provide our students with the knowledge and technical skills to successfully estimate, schedule and manage construction projects. The Facility Management Concentration includes further coursework that emphasizes the 11 Core Competencies required for a Facility Manager. The Construction Management program is accredited by the American Council of Construction Educators (ACCE) and began in 1985. The Facility Management Concentration began in 2010 and is fully accredited by the IFMA Foundation.
Kennesaw State University is the 3rd largest school in the University of Georgia System and is strategically located in the Metro Atlanta area. Atlanta is the major air and rail hub for the Southeastern United States and is home to 18 Fortune 500 companies. In addition, Atlanta is the center of the largest construction market in the region. Construction Management students at Kennesaw State University have excellent opportunities for internships, allowing them to earn while they learn, and our graduate placement rate is near 100%.
The Facility Management Program at Kennesaw State receives support and guidance from our Construction Industry Advisory Board and the IFMA Atlanta Chapter. Facility Management students have received $10,000 in scholarship money each of the past 3 years. Close cooperation with the Advisory Board and the Atlanta Chapter provides our faculty with the information to ensure that our students are prepared to meet the needs of the industry and have successful, fulfilling careers.
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The Bachelor Degree program is on campus and the majority of courses are face-to-face. Some lower level course are occaisionally offered in an online format, however we do not offer an online degree program.
IFMA Foundation, American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)