Construction Management Major, B.S.

Students will complete approximately 120 credits of coursework to receive a Bachelor of Science degree including a minimum of 43 credits of university general education curriculum. Of the 120-credit total, at least 42 credits of completed coursework will be at the 3000 or above level.

Course Title Credits
General Requirements
General Education43-51
Mathematics Requirement
MATH 1830Elementary Statistics3
MATH 1530, MATH 1730, or MATH 2450 or higher3-5
Natural Science Requirement8
Courses must be selected from two different disciplines from the approved listing; include at least one PHYSICS or CHEMSTRY course; and include both a lecture and laboratory experience.
Principles of Physics (or higher)
Survey of General Chemistry (or higher)
Recommended Courses (if not taking both PHYSICS 1050 or higher AND CHEMSTRY 1050 or higher)
Planet Earth
Physical Geology
Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology
Required Courses
AETM 1010Principles of Safety and Risk Management3
AETM 4980Training and Supervision 13
or BUSADMIN 3530 Organizational Behavior
AETM 4660Construction Management Internship 23
Required Professional Concentration Courses
ACCTING 2010Financial Accounting 33
AETM 1100Introduction to the Construction Industry3
AETM 1300Construction Computer Applications3
AETM 3140General Construction Estimating3
AETM 3180Construction Safety Management3
AETM 3220Construction Procedures3
AETM 4840Construction Administration3
Required Technical Core Courses
AETM 2430Building Construction Materials3
AETM 3350Road and Infrastructure3
AETM 4220Construction Capstone5
AETM 4530Commercial Planning and Design3
AETM 4630Building Systems Analysis3
AETM 4960Construction Seminar3
Choose 15 credits from the following:
Management Accounting 3
Wood Technology
Fleet Safety Management
Construction Heavy Equipment Safety
Crisis and Disaster Management
Structures and Environmental Control
Business Communication 4
Technical Writing
Leadership and Management
Introduction to Human Resource Management 3
Business Law
Small Business Management
Quality Management 3
Supply Chain Management 3
Introduction to Infrastructure
Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Applications
Elements of Surveying
Construction Equipment
Introduction to Engineering Projects
Engineering Computer Graphics
Engineering Mechanics-Statics
Engineering Communications 3
Applied Statistics 3
Construction Management Internship 2

BUSADMIN 3530 may be counted towards the Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's Pathway.


First (3) credits of AETM 4660 are required. Up to (5) additional credits of AETM 4660 may be taken as Electives.


Courses may be counted towards the Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's Pathway.


BUSADMIN 2010 may be counted towards the Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's Pathway.