Faculty Position Available – Texas A & M Head of Construction Science Department

18December2006

texasamaggies.jpgTexas A & M is looking to fill the position of Head of the Construction Science Department according to a posting at HigherEdJobs.com. Texas A & M has one of the largest construction programs in the country. According to the Texas A & M’s Website :

Texas A&M University is seeking a strong, visionary leader to be the Head of the Department of Construction Science. This position will be responsible for one of the largest and oldest programs of construction higher education in the world.

With 700 students and 25 faculty members, who have strong credentials in both academia and the construction profession, the Department of Construction Science is a world leader in construction higher education. The Program offers a Bachelor of Science in Construction Science and a Master of Science in Construction Management. The undergraduate program has been continuously accredited by the American Council for Construction Education since 1978 and is also accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. The Department enjoys superb support from the construction industry via the Construction Industry Advisory Council; details can be found on the Department’s web site. A hallmark of the Program is the Internship requirement where every student must spend 4-6 months working with industry as part of their degree plan. Additional information concerning the Department of Construction Science can be found at http://archone.tamu.edu/cosc/

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One Response to “Faculty Position Available – Texas A & M Head of Construction Science Department”

  1. Mutono Ronald Caesar Says:

    i wish to enroll for a masters degreee in construction management am a holder of bachelor of architecture degree
    please give some hints


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