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Howdy ACCE Friends

As part of our continued communication effort, we are highlighting specific accredited programs within the ACCE system. These are randomly selected schools, professional development, and workforce programs. Hopefully, this will help the ACCE community have an even better appreciation of the efforts made for accreditation, reaccreditation, and certification.

Please note that most of the content for this Highlight is provided by the Program's website and the latest ACCE Visiting Team Report for the Program.



Founded in 1927, the University of Houston is the largest public research university in Houston and the third-largest university in Texas, offering undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs. Located in Houston’s historic Third Ward, UH has a footprint that encompasses its flagship campus in Houston and significant instructional sites in Katy and Sugar Land. UH is recognized as an R1 institution by the Carnegie Foundation for its high level of research activity, and is home to a Phi Beta Kappa chapter.

Emblematic of its commitment to fostering a university environment dedicated to the success of students from diverse backgrounds, UH is proudly designated as a Hispanic-serving Institution (HSI) and Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-serving (AANAPISI) institution. In Fall 2021, UH enrolled more than 47,000 students in more than 276 undergraduate and graduate programs with approximately 8,400 students living in nine residential communities. With more than 445 registered student organizations and 17 NCAA Division 1 intercollegiate sports teams, campus life at UH is vibrant and engaging. UH’s student body ranks second in the nation among research universities for its for its diversity, with no ethnic majority on campus, while also being a global university with students from more than 130 nations.

Bachelor of Science in Construction Management The Construction Management program at the University of Houston provides the ultimate balance of construction, business, and engineering courses. The program emphasizes the critical skills that are highly sought after in today's and tomorrow's job markets. Graduates of the CM program are prepared to enter rewarding professions such as project managers, field operations engineers, construction estimators, and construction planners. Students may choose between two areas of concentration - the Process and Industrial Track or the Commercial Construction Track. The 4-year undergraduate program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE). Overview The objective of CM is to provide graduates with knowledge and skills that are valued by commercial, industrial and heavy civil sectors of the construction industry. Our CM graduates gain knowledge of construction materials and methods, structural systems, soils, site development, surveying, contract administration, codes, plans and specifications, planning, estimating, scheduling, and evaluating project performance.

That is all for now! More program highlights to come!!

Steve Nellis

President / CEO American Council for Construction Education 214-755-6105 (c) 972-600-8800 (o)



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