Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
Embark on a management career in the building industry with a well-rounded education from a program developed by industry leaders.
The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management program is to provide students with a well-rounded education in written and verbal communication, technical construction fundamentals, mathematics, business, law, humanities, fine arts, and social, behavioral, and natural sciences that will prepare them for a career at management, administrative, and ownership positions in the construction industry. This construction management degree program will prepare the student for careers such as construction executive, project manager, project engineer/coordinator, field engineer, planning/scheduling engineer, cost engineer, cost estimator, quality and safety controller, construction superintendent, and facilities engineer. Additionally, graduates with experience, interest, and/or knowledge about specific construction trades will be capable of performing in a large number of management and administrative positions within respective subcontracting companies.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Effectively communicate through written, verbal, and graphical media.
- Demonstrate knowledge of engineering science and mathematics and its application in problem solving.
- Analyze structural systems.
- Recognize ethical issues and apply professional standards in decision-making.
- Utilize appropriate computer tools for engineering problems.
- Apply modern methods for surveying and metrics.
- Exhibit a fundamental understanding of building mechanical and electrical systems.
- Demonstrate cost estimating and scheduling techniques.
- Integrate and apply field inspection techniques and safety standards.
- Apply the principles of project management and control.
- Apply construction accounting principles and analyze financial reports.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the legal aspects of construction contracting.
- Work effectively in a team environment.
- COM 103 Public Speaking
- ILR 260 Information Literacy
- MTH 215 College Algebra & Trigonometry
- PHS 104 Introductory Physics
- PHS 104A Introductory Physics Lab
- PHS 130A Physics Lab for Engineering
- EGR 220 Engineering Mathematics
- EGR 225 Statics & Strength of Material
- EGR 219 Intro to Graphics and Auto CAD
- CSC 220 Applied Probability & Stats.
- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Funds.
- ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics
- ENG 334A Technical Writing
- MGT 309C Prin. of Mgmt & Organizations
- EGR 310 Engineering Economics
- EGR 320 Scientific Problem Solving
- EGR 320L Scientific Problem Solving-LAB
- EGR 316 Legal Aspects of Engineering
- DEN 308 Computer Aided Engineering I
- CEN 320 Surveying, Metrics and GIS
- CEN 323 Structural Analysis
- CEN 325 Soil Mechanics and Foundation
- CEN 410 Constr Materials and Methods
- CEN 413 Plans and Specifications
- CEN 416 Mech and Electrical Systems
- CEN 419 Est., Scheduling and Control
- EGR 440 Project Management Fundamental
- CEN 420 Est., Scheduling & Control II
- CEN 422 Field Inspection and Safety
- CEN 421 Constr, Acct, Finance and Law
- CEN 425 Design & Const Process Integra