The Georgia Tech Building Construction Program offers two focus areas of Masters degree graduate study. Most of the graduate courses are taught in the evenings, so students can continue with their professional careers. Select which degree you are interested in for more information.
The focus of this program is Integrated Facility and Property Management. The program offers a clear understanding of this complex field and its theoretical concepts, and it focuses on developing and fine-tuning the management skills necessary for success in the facility and property management industry. Courses explore the many facets of integrated facility management including asset management, project management, facility operations and maintenance, energy management, workplace design and consulting, facility technology integration, design and construction, and real estate development.
The graduate study focused on Integrated Project Delivery Systems educates students to understand, analyze, select, and manage the most appropriate and effective project delivery systems for constructing a facility. The curriculum emphasizes integrated problem solving through state-of-the-art technical and management techniques. A variety of project delivery systems, that can be used independently or integrated, are examined. The delivery methods explored include the design-build system, the construction management/agent method, the hybrid bridging and partnering system; the negotiated select team method, as well as the traditional delivery method.