Construction Management Program Earns 5-Year Accreditation
Jefferson’s College of Architecture and the Built Environment recently received accreditation for its BS in construction management program from ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology). This accreditation assures our program meets the standards to produce graduates ready to enter technical fields and lead the way working with emerging technologies.
Barbara Klinkhammer, dean of the College of Architecture and the Built Environment, notes that this accreditation by ABET “speaks for the high-quality education our students receive to be prepared to work in the field upon graduation. ABET-ANSAC accrediting follows the highest and most rigorous standards in higher education.”
The dedication of program director Gulbin Ozcan-Deniz’s has lead to this 5-year accreditation.
“Our Construction Management education at Jefferson has once again been approved by ABET-ANSAC Accreditation, for providing high-end educational standards for BS in Construction Management graduates,” Ozcan-Deniz says. “With this solid educational foundation, I’m sure our BSCM students will excel in the global workforce. I’m very proud of our students and faculty in helping our program to receive this international recognition!”