• CM

1010 Construction Graphics and Nomenclature (3)2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Graphic communication concepts and techniques relating to construction processes and

1030 Engineering Graphics (2)4 hrs. lab. Not open to construction management majors. Conception, visualization, and communication of creative design concepts;
introduction to engineering drafting and USA Standards Institute standards; freehand sketching; three-dimensional forms used in solution of engineering problems; use of automated graphical techniques in design and design communication.
1400 Microcomputer Applications in Construction (3)Utilization of construction software for estimating, planning and scheduling, financial analysis, and construction

2012 Plan and Cost Analysis for Residential Construction (3)Prereq.: CM 1010. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Interpretation of working drawings and specifications; cost estimation; bidding; materials, methods, and equipment for residential construction.

2121 Materials, Methods, and Equipment I (3)Prereq.: credit or registration in CM 2012 or consent of instructor for nonconstruction majors. Job planning, work methods, materials, and equipment required in building and heavy construction.

2131 Materials, Methods, and Equipment II (Heavy and Industrial Construction) (3)Prereq.: CM 2121. Continuation of CM 2121. Emphasis on both heavy and
industrial equipment.

2402 Automated Graphics for Designers (3)Prereq.: CM 1030 or consent of instructor. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Also offered as ARCH 2173 and LA 2185. Use of automated graphical techniques in design and design communications.

2502 Structural Technology (3)Prereq.: MATH 1431 or 1441 and PHYS 2001. Analysis of the actions of loads on structures such as beams, cables, arches, trusses, frames, retaining walls, and diaphragm structures, which concern construction professionals.

3000 Construction Safety (3)Construction safety relating to accident causation; contractual obligations; project management and coordination.

3002 Construction Planning and Scheduling (3)Prereq.: CM 1400 or approved computer elective, and CM 2121. Fundamentals of planning and scheduling techniques used in the construction industry to manage construction projects.

3121 Quantity Surveying, Estimating, and Bidding I (3)Prereq.: CM 2121. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Principles, theories, and systems of estimating and forecasting
construction costs; quantity surveys, work classification; pricing analysis; preparation of total bid packages for prospective clients.

3131 Quantity Surveying, Estimating, and Bidding II (3)Prereq.: CM 2131 and 3121. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Continuation of CM 3121. Emphasis on industrial

3141 Highway Construction (3)Prereq.: credit or registration in CM 2012. Basic fundamentals of highway construction; earthmoving, drainage, and paving; interpretation of plans; materials, methods, equipment, estimating, and bidding.

3301 Mechanical Equipment of Buildings (3)Prereq.: PHYS 2001. Type, design, installation, and performance of mechanical equipment used in buildings, including
plumbing and air conditioning.

3302 Electrical Installations (3)Prereq.: PHYS 2002. Wiring systems for residential, commercial, and industrial buildings; illumination.

3400 Construction Materials (3)Prereq.: credit or registration in CM 2121. Fundamentals involved in design, evaluation, testing, and construction of asphalt, concrete, soils, aggregates, steel, timber, and composites.

3501 Strength of Materials (3)Prereq.: CM 2502. Analysis of the stresses and deformations induced in materials of construction through the individual and/or combined effect of axial, shear, flexural, and torsional loads; topics include: temperature effects, effects of stress combinations, and buckling of slender compressive elements.

3502 Structural Design (3)Prereq.: CM 3501. Economic use of steel, reinforced concrete, and wood in building and engineered structures; design of beams, columns, and connections; elastic and ultimate strength design concepts.

3504 Soils and Foundations (3)Prereq.: CM 3501. Overview of basic topics of soil mechanics and design of soil structures; emphasis on soil classification, soil
compaction, the design of shallow and deep foundations, retaining walls and slop stability.

4200 Construction Administration (3)Prereq.: CM 3002, 3131. Principles and theory of ownership, organization, contracts, insurance, bonding, and labor relations
pertaining to the construction industry.

4201 Construction Law (3)Prereq.: CM 4200. Current legal problems, roles, and responsibilities associated with the construction industry; emphasis on claims avoidance.

4202 Construction Enterprise (3)Prereq.: CM 4200. Open to Construction Management majors only. A comprehensive study of construction management as it relates to a single construction enterprise.

4206 Special Topics in Construction Management (3)May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. when topics vary. Advanced topics, current issues, or recent
developments in the construction industry.

4207 Independent Study (3)Prereq.: consent of a faculty member. May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary. Research on a construction topic as chosen by the student under direct supervision of a chosen faculty member.

4400 Advanced Computer Applications for Construction Management (3)Prereq.: CM 1400 or approved computer elective. Application of software programs currently being used in the construction industry.