Construction Management

Curriculum

Year

Major Core

Hallmarks Core

Electives

One

  • Introduction to Construction Industry (Fall)
  • Construction Graphics (Fall)
  • Introduction to Construction Management (Spring)
  • Financial Accounting (Spring)
  • Pathways Seminar 
  • Writing Seminar I: Written Communication 
  • Debating U.S. Issues
  • Science I: Sustainability & Eco-Innovations
  • Science IIL General Physics
  • Quantitative Reasoning I
  • Quantitative Reasoning I

Two

  • Construction Cost Estimating and Budgeting (Fall)
  • Behavior of Materials (Fall)
  • Statistics for Business I (Fall)
  • Structures I (Spring)
  • Building Systems (Spring)
  • Construction Project Planning and Scheduling (Spring)
  • Great Buildings (Spring)
  • Ethics
  • Writing Seminar II: Multimedia Communication

Three

  • Construction Contract Administration (Fall)
  • Construction Accounting and Cost Control (Fall)
  • Principles of Economics (Fall)
  • Construction Site Operations (Spring)
  • Construction Safety (Spring)
  • Business Law (Spring)
  • American Diversity
  • Debating Global Issues
  • Global Citizenship or World Language
  • Integrative Seminar

Four

  • Designated Construction Management Elective (Fall)
  • Designated Construction Management Elective (Fall)
  • Construction Project Management Seminar (Fall)
  • Financial Management   (Fall)
  • Construction Management Capstone (Spring)
  •  Capstone Folio Workshop
  • Business Electives (Spring, 6 credits)
  • Free Electives (Spring, 6 credits)

Total Credit hours :123 - 124

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