Qualified public postsecondary educational institutions shall provide postsecondary
construction management programs at the baccalaureate or higher level that either
award or provide one of the following:
(a) A bachelor of science construction management degree accredited by the American
Council for Construction Education.
(b) A degree with an American Council for Construction Education accredited option,
including, but not limited to, engineering technology and industrial technology.
(c) A bachelor of science or higher degree program documenting placement of more than
50 percent of their graduates with California licensed contractors. The placement of a person who holds a master or doctorate degree in the faculty
of a construction program shall be counted as though placed with a California licensed
(d) The development of a construction management curriculum to meet the American Council
for Construction Education criteria.
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