A new generation of construction management students will get a chance to major in alternative project delivery systems with the introduction of design-build graduate programs at six U.S. universities.
According to the Design-Build Institute of America, universities are recognizing the need to train students in new methods of delivery, and the DBIA will review university curricula addressing design-build and integrated services.
In a recent DBIA survey, there are now five graduate programs in the United States that offer a masters' degree in design-build. A sixth program offers an undergraduate minor with concentration on integrated project delivery.
For further information about design-build curriculum trends contact Richard A. Belle of the DBIA at email@example.com, or visit www.dbia.org.
For detailed information about the specific programs at the six universities, visit their respective Web sites:
- Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Oklahoma
Washington State University
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
California Polytechnic State University
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