Construction Management, B.S.

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 (58 credits)

Program Requirements

CM 135Construction Graphics/Quantity Take-Off

3

CM 145CAD and BIM Tools for Construction

4

CM 155Construction Documents

3

CM 235Building Construction Systems

3

CM 245Heavy/Highway Construction Systems

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

1

ET 241Applied Statics and Strength of Materials

3

Related Business Requirements (18 credits)

AC 211Introduction to Financial Accounting

3

CET 113Introduction to Information Processing

3

LAW 250Legal Environment of Business

3

MGT 295Fundamentals of Management and Organizational Behavior

3

MKT 295Fundamentals of Marketing

3

MATH 125Applied Calculus

3

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

Anthropology, Psychology, or Sociology

3

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

ENG 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 144Fitness/Wellness Ventures

2

Other Requirements

Students must complete an exit interview during the year of graduation.

Total Credit Hours: 120