From nursing homes to specialized cancer clinics, and from large hospitals to urgent care centers, construction of healthcare-related facilities requires special knowledge. When you major in healthcare construction management at Purdue University, you will study the unique features of this sector of the construction industry.
With the growth of technology in the healthcare construction industry and the specialization of the work, it is important for you to understand the regulations and risks associated with these healthcare-related projects. You will gain a broad exposure to building construction management topics while focusing on this specialized area. Your courses will also expose you to project management skills that can be applied in most construction projects.
- Prepare for the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) certification as Certified Healthcare Constructor or Certified Healthcare Facilities Manager.
- Gain valuable experience as you complete 800 hours of on-site construction work as part of your graduation requirements
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