Construction Management

Construction Management (BCM)
Leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree

The Construction Management (BCM) program provides a background of technical and managerial skills that apply to construction projects from conception to completion. Students are taught the skills necessary to manage resources, time, cost and quality with emphasis on team building. During the program, the skills developed include management, budgeting and cost control, cost estimating, scheduling, engineering fundamentals, and the development of analytical and communication skills. In addition, the Construction Management program is a cooperative education program where "hands-on" experience is acquired. Career opportunities for the construction manager are found throughout the industry and include the following: construction companies, government agencies, architectural/engineering firms, industrial firms and manufacturing/materials suppliers.

Freshman Year

Fall Semester
  • Intro to Construction Mgmt.
  • Building Construction
  • English I
  • College Math I
  • Chemistry of the Built Environment
Spring Semester
  • Construction Graphics
  • Heavy Construction
  • English II
  • Pre-Calculus
  • College Physics I

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester
  • Construction Surveying
  • Estimating
  • Mechanical Building Systems
  • Financial Accounting
  • Economics
Spring Semester
  • Stats & Strength of Material
  • Electrical Building Systems
  • Stats & Applications
  • Writing Comp Exam
  • Humanities/Social Science

Junior Year

Fall Semester
  • Wood & Steel Analysis and Design
  • Construction Project Scheduling
  • Construction Project Management
  • Materials Testing and Quality Control
  • Mgmt. of Contemporary Organizations
Spring Semester
  • Cooperative Work Semester I
Summer Semester
  • Advanced Estimating & Bid Analysis
  • Concrete Analysis & Design
  • Construction Management Elective
  • I/O Psychology

Fourth Year

Fall Semester
  • Cooperative Work Semester II
Spring Semester
  • Construction Project Control
  • Construction Business & Finance
  • Construction Safety & Risk Mgmt.
  • Humanities/Social Science
  • Power & Leadership
Summer Semester
  • Construction Mgmt. Senior Project
  • Construction Law & Gov. Regulations
  • Humanities/Social Science 
  • Labor Relations

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