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Established in August 2000, the College of Construction and Development (COCD) was reorganized partial departments and research centers from the College of Engineering and previous College of Management into a new college. The College consists of six departments, two continuing education undergraduate programs, two graduate degree programs, and eight research centers. The College has strong research potential that attracts at least $5 million research funding every year from governments and industries. The growth of the building industry, which is the largest industry in the nation, is generating a compelling need for architects, planners, and engineers who have specialized training in creating new building systems and urban development. This need for architects, planners, and engineers is further intensified by the continuing emergence of new materials, new approaches in design and planning techniques, updated digital computer technologies, new construction methods, advanced intelligent transportation systems, and so on. The programs offered by the College of Construction and Development meets the need of the time.

The College of Construction and Development stresses the balanced development of teaching, research, and services. It values both theory and practice, emphasizes the system theory research, and enforces the application of modern engineering, planning, designing, and management skills. All the departments are equipped with the most up-to-date computers and teaching facilities to meet the need of the information age. For example, the Research Center for Geographical Information Systems, the only integrated high-tech application unit of the University, works in close coordination with governments and provides leading information technologies in teaching geographical information systems and related research on campus.

 

 

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