B.S. Construction: Project Management Specialization
Term 1 (Fall)
Construction Safety, Health and the Environment
Conceptual Physics or higher*
Term 2 (Spring)
Electrical Systems in Construction
Term 3 (Summer)
Mechanical Systems in Construction
Term 4 (Fall)
Advanced Construction Estimating
Soil Mechanics and Foundations
Term 5 (Spring)
Applied Engineering Strengths of Materials
Any Business Law Course
Term 6 (Summer)
Construction Laws and Contracts
Term 7 (Fall)
Construction Financing and Accounting Principles
Any Economic Course
Term 8 (Spring)
Construction Capstone Project
Leading Project Teams
This is a typical plan for students who have already completed an associate degree in discipline.
*PHY 1020 (or higher Physics) and MAC 2233 (or higher mathematics course) are required for the B.S. Construction degree. Courses may also satisfy Math and Science general education requirement. If General Education requirements have been met, students may select an elective course (any upper or lower division course) not already taken or transferred in its place.
**General Education Requirements: Individual needs may vary based on prior courses completed in associate degree; a total of 36 credit hours (A.S. plus B.S.) are required. Students should consult with an advisor to confirm all general education requirements have been met.
***BCT 2770 Estimating Fundamentals and BCN 2721 Construction Scheduling and Planning are required as part of foundation if not completed in previous degree program. All technical foundation courses must be completed prior to starting the construction upper division core courses.
****Foreign Language Requirements: Baccalaureate students must demonstrate foreign language proficiency. Intermediate Level Equivalent to 2 years high school or 2 college credit courses in a single language. If foreign language requirement has already been met, these courses can be elective classes.