Construction Management BS

The Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management helps students build knowledge in the diverse aspects of residential and commercial construction projects.  Students will develop deep insight on how to effectively manage and supervise projects, including key aspects like planning, controlling, scheduling, and monitoring the various phases.  Coursework includes construction management fundamentals, safety, equipment operations, construction materials and handling, building codes, planning and scheduling, green building trends, technology, cost control, and construction law.

Course availability is subject to minimum class size requirements.

Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the program will be able to:

  • Critically analyze concepts in the principal areas of construction management to guide organizational decision-making.
  • Leverage current business technologies in support of organizational continuity.
  • Demonstrate the leadership skills required to achieve strategic construction management objectives.
  • Demonstrate appropriate ethical perspectives in a diverse business environment.
  • Proficiently communicate across multiple stakeholder groups.
  • Productively collaborate with multiple stakeholder groups.

Construction Management: Bachelor of Science Requirements

180 Credits

Construction Management Major Core (73.5)

CM1100Introduction to Construction Management

4.5

CM2100Construction Materials and Methods I

4.5

CM2200Construction Materials and Methods II

4.5

CM2300Construction Documents and Graphics

4.5

CM2400Building Codes and Inspection

4.5

CM2500Construction Estimating I

4.5

CM2600Construction Planning and Scheduling

4.5

CM3100Construction Safety

4.5

CM3200Construction Laws and Contracts

4.5

CM3300Mechanical and Electrical Systems

4.5

CM3400Construction Estimating II

4.5

CM3500Productivity and Cost Control

4.5

CM4100Construction Equipment Operations

4.5

CM4200Advanced Construction Graphics

4.5

CM4300Green Building Trends and Technology

4.5

CM4400Construction Project Management and Administration

4.5

CM4500Construction Management Capstone

1.5

CM4500: Capstone Course - Minimum "C" grade required.


Support Core (27)

AC2760Financial Accounting for Managers

4.5

MT1050Introduction to Business

4.5

MT2050Principles of Management

4.5

 

MT6255DCIntroduction to Leadership and Quality

4.5

OR

MT3000+Elective

4.5

 

MT3050Human Resource Management

4.5

MT4300Management Across Cultures

4.5

MT6255DC: Students who do not have a 2.75 CGPA or applicable transfer credit will enroll in an appropriate undergraduate course. Transfer credit may replace major core, emphasis core, or open elective 6000DC+ and 3000+ courses.

Open Electives (13.5)

General Education Core (66)

(Available for block transfer)

Communications

EN1150Composition I

4.5

Science

SCScience Electives

9

Humanities

HU2000Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

4.5

HUHumanities Elective

4.5

Behavioral/Social Science

EC2050Macroeconomics

4.5

OR

EC2100Microeconomics

4.5

 

Behavioral/Social Science Elective

4.5

(Course-by-course transfer) 

Communications

EN1300Composition II

4.5

 

EN2100Speech

4.5

OR

EN2150Interpersonal Professional Communication

4.5

 

EN3050Technical Communications

4.5

Mathematics

MA2000Quantitative Reasoning

4.5

MA3000Business Statistics

4.5

General Education

CS1201Juggling College, Life, and Career: Set Up for Success!

5

OR

CS1203Bridge to Success: Creating Your Future at NAU

5

 

CS1301Do the Numbers! Achieving College and Career Success

5

CS2086Career Path Planning

2

Graduation Requirements: A minimum 2.0 GPA is required overall and in the Major Core. See the "Graduation Requirements" section of the catalog for additional requirements.

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