Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
Catalog Requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
Total Semester hours - 125
- Admission into the College of Engineering is required for construction management majors prior to taking any construction management course numbered above CM 1112.
- 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 1112 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.
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4|
|Intro to Construction Management||Construction Materials and Methods II||Construction Estimating||Construction Safety|
|Construction Materials and Methods I||Structural Principles and Practices||Construction and Civil Materials||Applied Structural Design|
|Statistics and Graphics (CS)||Construction Equipment||Mechanical and Electrical Systems||Construction Project Management|
|Intro to Management Information Systems||Construction Surveying||Soils in Construction||Construction Enterprise|
|Intro to Environmental Science||Construction Plan Reading||Construction Scheduling and Cost Control||Industry Emphasis Area Course|
|Business Calculus||Survey of Accounting||Construction Contracting||Building Information Modeling (BIM)|
|General Ed: Arts||Economics Principles||Industry Emphasis Area Course||Principles of Management|
|General Ed: Humanities||
General Physics I
|Industry Emphasis Area Course||Business Finance|
|General Ed: Humanities||General Physics II||Business Law||Principles of Marketing|
|General Ed: English Comp I||Fundamentals of Communication||General Ed: English Comp II||General Ed: Social Sciences|