Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
Certain courses require prerequisites or faculty permission. See an academic advisor for further information.
- Satisfy the General University Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees.
- Complete the General Education Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees.
- In order to receive the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, students must achieve a grade of C or better in all courses required for the degree.
- Complete the major requirements below.
|ACCT A201||Principles of Financial Accounting||3|
|ACCT A202||Principles of Managerial Accounting||3|
|AE A403||Arctic Engineering||3|
|or ES A411||Northern Design|
|BA/JUST A241||Business Law I||3|
|BA A300||Organizational Theory and Behavior||3|
|ECON A201||Principles of Macroeconomics *||3|
|ECON A202||Principles of Microeconomics *||3|
|WRTG A212||Writing and the Professions||3|
|GEO A181||Construction Surveying||1|
|PHIL A301||Ethics *||3|
|or PHIL A305||Professional Ethics|
|Select two of the following science courses with a laboratory class:||8|
|General Chemistry I|
and General Chemistry I Laboratory *
and Physical Geology Laboratory *
|Basic Physics I|
and Basic Physics I Laboratory *
|Complete one additional science course with laboratory at or above the 100 level in CHEM, ENVI, GEOL or PHYS *||4|
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|Applied Calculus for Managerial and Social Sciences *|
|Calculus I *|
|Applied Statistics for the Sciences *|
|AET A101||Fundamentals of CADD for Building Construction||4|
|AET A102||Methods of Building Construction||3|
|AET A123||Codes and Standards||3|
|AET A142||Mechanical and Electrical Technology||4|
|AET A231||Structural Technology||4|
|CM A163||Building Construction Cost Estimating||3|
|CM A201||Construction Project Management I||3|
|CM A202||Project Planning and Scheduling||3|
|CM A205||Construction Safety||3|
|CM A213||Construction Civil Technology||4|
|CM A263||Civil Construction Cost Estimating||3|
|CM A301||Construction Project Management II||3|
|CM A313||Soils in Construction||3|
|CM A331||Statics and Strength of Materials||3|
|CM A401||Construction Law||3|
|CM A422||Sustainability in the Built Environment *||3|
|CM A440||Financial Management for Construction||3|
|CM A450||Construction Management Professional Practice *||3|
|CM A460||Construction Equipment Management and Methods||3|
|CM A495||Advanced Construction Management Internship||3|
These courses may also be used to satisfy General Education Requirements.
All BSCM majors are also required to sit for the eight-hour, comprehensive American Institute of Constructors, Associate Constructor (Level 1) Exam as part of CM A450. CM A450 should be taken during the last or second-to-last semester before graduation.
A total of 122-123 credits is required for the degree, of which 42 credits must be upper division.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Graduates will be able to:
- Manage the principal resources of a construction industry organization including its workers, equipment, time and budgets.
- Represent the role of the constructor in the multi-discipline team responsible for managing construction projects.
- Assess project risk and evaluate alternate project delivery systems for project procurement and construction.
- Communicate effectively with project design professionals during the planning phases of design-build projects and throughout the construction phase of all projects.
- Utilize knowledge of materials, methods and equipment operations to plan, control and analyze the results of construction processes.
- Manage construction operations in unique and changing conditions to produce measured results that meet stated quality criteria and overall project goals.