Construction Management, B.S.

A minor is not required with is major.

Accredited by ACCE

This sequence of courses is designed to supply the student with knowledge and experiences that will enable him/her to operate effectively in a supervisory position in the construction industries. The emphasis is not on specialized skills, but rather on a broad spectrum of subjects pertinent to the field of construction management. Total number of credits required is 120.

Major Requirements (59 credits)

Program Requirements

CM 145CAD and BIM Tools for Construction

4

CM 155Construction Documents

3

CM 165Building Construction Systems

3

CM 245Heavy/Highway Construction Systems

3

CM 265Print Reading/Quantity Take-Off

3

CM 275Introduction of MEP Systems

3

CM 325Building Construction Estimating

3

CM 335Construction Safety

3

CM 345Heavy/Highway Construction Estimating

3

CM 353Introduction to Surveying

4

CM 355Construction Planning

3

CM 356Materials of Construction

4

CM 425Applied Structural Systems

3

CM 435Construction Superintendency

3

CM 455Construction Project Management

3

CM 465Construction Internship

3

CM 475Construction Business Principles

3

CM 485Construction Management Senior Lab

2

ET 241Applied Statics and Strength of Materials

3

CM 485Construction Management Senior Lab

2

Related Business Requirements (15 credits)

AC 211Introduction to Financial Accounting

3

LAW 250The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business

3

MGT 295Fundamentals of Management and Organizational Behavior

3

MKT 295Fundamentals of Marketing

3

MATH 125Applied Calculus

3

Free Electives (3 Credits)

General Education Requirements

Study Area I: Arts and Humanities

6 credits of arts and humanities

and

Literature (3)

3

Study Area II: Social Sciences

History (3)

3

ECON 200Principles of Macroeconomics

3

ECON 201Principles of Microeconomics

3

Study Area III: Behavioral Sciences

Study Area IV: Natural Sciences

CHEM 161General Chemistry

3

and

CHEM 162General Chemistry Laboratory

1

or

GSCI 121The Dynamic Earth

3

and

GSCI 125The Dynamic Earth Laboratory

1

and

PHYS 121General Physics I

4

Skill Area I: Communications Skills

WRT 110Introduction to College Writing

3

ENGR 290Engineering Technical Writing and Presentation

3

Skill Area II: Mathematics

MATH 119Pre-Calculus with Trigonometry

4

or

MATH 115Trigonometry

3

and

STAT 200Business Statistics

3

Skill Area III: Foreign Language Proficiency

Skill Area IV: University Requirement

PE 144College Wellness

2

Total Credit Hours: 120