Academics

New possibilities with building technology

The Georgia Tech School of Building Construction offers four tracks, or focus areas, of the Master of Science in Building Construction and Facility Management degree. Most graduate courses are taught in the evenings, so students can continue with their professional careers.

Admission Requirements: Applicants must possess a bachelor's degree with a GPA of 3.00 or better on a 4.00 scale. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is required for this program. Students admitted to this program must demonstrate a thorough understanding of construction or facility management. This can be demonstrated by one of the following means:

*A bachelor's degree in construction or facility management or a closely related field from an accredited university.
*A bachelor's degree in any field plus 2 years experience in a related field.

Application Deadlines:
Fall Semester--March 15 for International Applicants, June 1 for U.S. Citizens
Spring Semester--September 1 for International Applicants, November 1 for U.S. Citizens

 

 

Master of Science in Building Construction and Facility Management

Integrated Facility and Property Management

The Integrated Facility and Property Management focus develops and fine-tunes the management skills necessary for success in the facility and property management industry. Courses explore asset management, project management, facility operations and maintenance, energy management, workplace design and consulting, facility technology integration, design and construction, and real estate development. The program is accredited by the International Facility Management Association Foundation.

Integrated Project Delivery Systems

The Integrated Project Delivery Systems track prepares students to understand, analyze, select, and manage the most appropriate and effective project delivery systems for constructing a facility. The curriculum emphasizes integrated problem solving through state-of-the-art technical and management techniques.Courses explore delivery methods such as design-build system, construction management/agent method, hybrid bridging and partnering system; negotiated select team method, as well as traditional delivery method.

Program Management

The Program Management track teaches students to manage building and construction projects from start to finish on behalf of owners, including developers, corporations, and institutions. The program is designed for students from varying backgrounds (including architecture, engineering, building construction, management, and real estate) who wish to progress to the overall management of the entire building process.

Ph.D. program

Doctoral Studies

Strong interest in research drives our exceptional doctoral students to transform the building construction and facility management fields.

Undergraduate Certificate

Undergraduate Certificate

Our professional coursework provides an interdisciplinary compliment to any Georgia Tech Bachelor program.