DISTANCE LEARNING
Master Science - Curriculum

The program consists of eleven courses and 33 credit hours. It is anticipated that the student will be able to complete the program in three to four years. The total cost of the program is $21,450. The registration fee for each course is $1,950.

Individual courses may be taken for professional growth on a non-degree seeking basis or for specialized certificates.  Individuals seeking a degree must qualify for acceptance by the University of Florida Graduate School.

Computer Requirements

List of ICM Courses

ICM 6420 Commercial Management and Cost Control
( 3 credit hours )
Budgeting and estimating, and principles of cost analysis for international projects.

ICM 6440 Construction Value Management
( 3 credit hours )
Classical value management/value engineering principles; practical applications for designers, contractors, suppliers, and other construction functions. Students conduct full-scale VM/VE studies of recent international projects.

ICM 6680 Principles of International Sustainable Construction
( 3 credit hours )
Techniques for creating good indoor and outdoor environments, renewable resources, conservation, low environmental impact methods, life cycle assessments.

ICM 6682 Construction Ecology and Metabolism
(3 credit hours )
Application of ecological theory and developments in industrial ecology to ecological design in built environment.

ICM 6684 High Performance Green Building
(3 credit hours )
BCN 6585 or ICM 6680, or consent of instructor. Overview of emerging delivery systems for high-performance green buildings and the basis on which their sustainability can be evaluated. LEED criteria are discussed in detail.

ICM 6710 Construction Human Resource Management
( 3 credit hours )
Theories of human behavior and influence and leadership, organization, environment, motivation, and culture.

ICM 6750 Managing Construction Information Technology
( 3 credit hours )
Applications of computer and information systems in international construction industry. How information technology develops and how it dramatically affects structure, process, and performance of projects.

ICM 6761 Advanced Planning, Scheduling and Logistics
( 3 credit hours )
Overall schedule, including overall durations and phasing and review points, principles of logistics planning, and practicalities of detailed network scheduling.

ICM 6762 Construction Risk Management
( 3 credit hours )
Overview of what is meant by risk and uncertainty and influences in international construction industry.

ICM 6770 Advanced International Project Safety Management
( 3 credit hours )
International, governmental, and construction industry requirements of safety and loss control regulations. Project responsibilities.

ICM 6905 Directed Independent Study
( 3 credit hours )

ICM 6910 Supervised Research
( 3 credit hours )

ICM 6930 International Construction Communication and Research
( 3 credit hours )
Research proposal development process and statistical, computational, visual, and presentational tools available to researcher.

ICM 6934 Masters Report
( 3 credit hours )