American Council for Construction Education
John Brown University's Construction Management program is one of 67 baccalaureate degree programs accredited in accordance with the standards and procedures of the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE), http://www.acce-hq.org (210-495-6161).
JBU is also a member of the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) and is recognized by the Arkansas Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), the Arkansas Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and the American Institute of Constructors (AIC).
For more information on accreditation, please visit the ACCE website.
Public Information Requirements ACCE Standards
- Program Objectives
- Scholarship Awards and Graduate Placement Data
- Quality Assessment Summary
- Admission Requirements
The Construction Management program at JBU prepares men and women for diverse careers in managing, coordinating and supervising the construction process from drawing board to reality. Knowledgeable faculty, applied theory, hands-on experience, technological skill and a Christian atmosphere combine to make JBU's CM program distinct.
CM students have access to over 16 computer workstations within the department. Each station is equipped with software for estimating, scheduling, 3D architectural design, structural design and other construction applications. These computer applications are studied in lecture courses and are implemented in practicum courses on actual building projects. Surveying equipment and power tools are also available for use during practicum courses.
JBU offers three award-bearing degrees in Construction Management.
- Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
- Associate of Science in Construction Management
- Minor in Construction Management
To view course requirements and four-year plans, please visit the online catalog.