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