Bachelor of Science in Construction Management

Catalog Requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management

Total Semester hours - 123

Admission into the College of Engineering is required for construction management majors prior to taking any construction management course numbered above CM 2101.

A grade of “C” or better is required in all CM courses and prerequisite courses; ENGL 1001 and ENGL 2000; MATH 1550; PHYS 2001 and PHYS 2002.

Registration in any CM course above CM 2101 is restricted to students admitted to a senior college with a declared CM major or minor.

Graduating seniors are to take the American Institute of Constructors (AIC) Associate Constructor (AC) Level I Exam and the departmental Senior Exit Exam.  The faculty, along with Alliance Safety Council, facilitates these exams within the required CM 4202 course.  The exams are administered as a preparation for certification as a Professional Constructor.

Semester 1

  • CM 1011 Introduction to Construction Management (3)
  • ENGL 1001 English Composition (3)
  • MATH 1550 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)
  • General Education course - Arts (3)
  • General Education course - Humanities (3)

17 Credit Hours

Semester 2

  • CM 1102 Construction Plan Reading (3)
  • CSC 1240 Statistics and Graphics with MATLAB (3)
  • ISDS 1100 Introduction to Management Information Systems (3)
  • ENVS 1126 Introduction to Environmental Sciences (3)
  • General Education course - Humanities (3)

15 Credit Hours

Semester 3

  • CM 2101 Materials and Methods I (3)
  • ACCT 2000 Survey of Accounting (3)
  • ECON 2030 Economic Principles (3)
  • PHYS 2001 General Physics (3)
  • CMST 1061 Fundamentals of Communication (3) or CMST 2060 Public Speaking (3)

15 Credit Hours

Semester 4

  • CM 2102 Construction Equipment (3)
  • CM 2103 Materials and Methods II (3)
  • CM 2105 Construction Surveying (3)
  • CM 2501 Structural Principals and Practices (3)
  • PHYS 2002 General Physics (3)

15 Credit Hours

Semester 5

  • CM 3111 Construction Estimating (3)
  • CM 3502 Construction and Civil Materials (3)
  • Industry Emphasis Area Course (3)
  • FIN 3715 Business Finance (3)
  • ENGL 2000 Composition II (3)

15 Credit Hours

Semester 6

  • CM 3201 Mechanical Electrical Systems (3) or ARCH 3008 Environmental Systems I (3)
  • CM 3503 Soils in Construction (3)
  • CM 4101 Scheduling and Cost Control (3)
  • CM 4211 Construction Contracting (3)
  • Industry Emphasis Area Course (3)

15 Credit Hours

Semester 7

  • CM 2215 Construction Safety (3)
  • CM 3504 Applied Structural Design (3)
  • CM 4221 Construction Project Management (3)
  • Industry Emphasis Area Course (3)
  • BLAW 3201 Business Law (3)

15 Credit Hours

Semester 8

  • CM 4202 Construction Enterprise (3)
  • Industry Emphasis Area Course (3)
  • MKT 3401 Marketing Principles (3)
  • MGT 3200 Management Principles (3)
  • General Education course - Social Sciences (3)

15 Credit Hours