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. Within the major, students will complete 30 credits of industrial studies, computer and accounting courses plus 29 credits in an area of specialization in building construction management or construction safety and risk control management. Additionally, students will complete 18 credits of electives or a minor to complete the degree. Of the 120-credit total, at least 42 credits of completed coursework will be at the upperclassman level.

Course Title Credits
General Requirements
Core Curriculum32-33
Required Courses9
INDUSTDY 1010Principles of Safety and Risk Management3
MATH 1830Elementary Statistics3
INDUSTDY 4980Training and Supervision3
INDUSTDY 4990Industrial Studies Internship1-8

Construction Management Emphasis

Course Title Credits
Required Courses
INDUSTDY 1010Principles of Safety and Risk Management3
MATH 1830Elementary Statistics3
INDUSTDY 4980Training and Supervision3
or BUSADMIN 3530 Organizational Behavior
INDUSTDY 4990Industrial Studies Internship1-8
Required Professional Concentration Courses
INDUSTDY 1100Introduction to the Construction Industry3
INDUSTDY 1300Construction Computer Applications3
ACCTING 2010Financial Accounting3
INDUSTDY 3140General Construction Estimating3
INDUSTDY 3180Construction Safety Management3
INDUSTDY 3220Construction Procedures3
INDUSTDY 4840Construction Administration3
Required Technical Core Courses
INDUSTDY 2430Building Construction Materials3
INDUSTDY 3210Commercial Construction Laboratory3
INDUSTDY 3350Road and Infrastructure3
INDUSTDY 4050Road and Infrastructure Lab3
INDUSTDY 4530Commercial Planning and Design3
INDUSTDY 4630Building Systems Analysis3
INDUSTDY 4960Commercial Building Planning and Construction Techniques3
Electives14
Introduction to Engineering Projects
Engineering Computer Graphics
Engineering Mechanics-Statics
Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Applications
Elements of Surveying
Construction Equipment
Leadership and Management
Business Communication
Technical Writing
Human Resource Management
The Legal Environment of Business
Wood Technology
Topics in Industrial Studies
Commercial Estimating
Industrial Studies Internship 1
Total Credits68

Construction Safety Management Emphasis

Course Title Credits
Required Courses9
INDUSTDY 1010Principles of Safety and Risk Management3
MATH 1830Elementary Statistics3
INDUSTDY 4980Training and Supervision3
or BUSADMIN 3530 Organizational Behavior
INDUSTDY 4990Industrial Studies Internship1-8
Required Construction Concentration Courses
INDUSTDY 1100Introduction to the Construction Industry3
INDUSTDY 1300Construction Computer Applications3
INDUSTDY 2430Building Construction Materials3
INDUSTDY 3140General Construction Estimating3
INDUSTDY 3210Commercial Construction Laboratory3
INDUSTDY 3220Construction Procedures3
INDUSTDY 4630Building Systems Analysis3
INDUSTDY 4840Construction Administration3
INDUSTDY 4960Commercial Building Planning and Construction Techniques3
Required Safety Concentration Courses
INDUSTDY 3180Construction Safety Management3
INDUSTDY 3570Fleet Safety Management3
INDUSTDY 3590Industrial Hygiene and PPE3
INDUSTDY 4410Construction Hazard Control Solutions3
INDUSTDY 4510Construction Heavy Equipment Safety3
INDUSTDY 4520Construction Technical Certifications3
INDUSTDY 4880Fire Protection and Environmental Safety3
INDUSTDY 4910Construction Safety Capstone3
Technical Electives 16
Leadership and Management
Human Resource Management
The Legal Environment of Business
Business Communication
Technical Writing
Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Applications
Introduction to Engineering Projects
Engineering Computer Graphics
Wood Technology
Topics in Industrial Studies
Road and Infrastructure Lab
Seminar in Safety
Disaster Preparedness
Independent Study in the Department of Industrial Studies
Industrial Studies Internship 2
Total Credits78