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Construction Management Minor

The Minor in Construction Management requires a minimum of 15 credits of course work, consisting of a minimum of six credit hours of core courses and a minimum of nine credit hours from the list of approved emphasis area courses. For students graduating in May, 2020 the requirement of CV ENG 4145 will be waived and in its place, students will be required to take an additional emphasis area course.

Required Core Courses

  • CV_ENG 4500  Introduction to Construction Management (3)
  • CV_ENG 4145   Civil & Env. Engineering Legal Issues (3)*
    *CE4125 Transportation Engineering Legal Issues can also be used, but only one of the two courses can be taken to satisfy the 15 credit hours requirement.

Approved Emphasis Area Courses for Minor in Construction Management

  • ARCHST 2310   Building Systems
  • ARCHST 2323   Sustainable Building Design Fundamentals
  • ARCHST 4320   Materials, Methods and Products
  • ARCHST 4323   Sustainable Technologies & Systems
  • ARCHST 4333   Compliance and Specifications
  • ARCHST 4815   Construction Documents and BIM
  • CV_ENG 3313   Structural Steel Design
  • CV_ENG 3312   Reinforced Concrete
  • CV_ENG 4104   Pavements and Materials
  • CV_ENG 4120   Airport Engineering
  • CV_ENG 4155   Transportation Geography
  • CV_ENG 4190   Infrastructure Project Development
  • CV_ENG 4130   Transportation Safety
  • CV_ENG 4125   Transportation Engineering Legal Issues
  • CV_ENG 4145   Civil & Environmental Engineering Legal Issues
  • CV_ENG 4185   Location Analysis/Site Selection
  • CV_ENG 4250   Environmental Regulatory Compliance
  • CV_ENG 4300   Advanced Structural Steel Design
  • CV_ENG 4302   Prestressed/Advanced Reinforced Concrete
  • CV_ENG 4330   Structural System Design
  • CV_ENG 4360   Bridge Engineering
  • CV_ENG 4404   Earthquake Engineering
  • CV_ENG 4410   Foundation Engineering
  • CV_ENG 4412   Applied Geotechnical Engineering

Only one course can be selected from the list below, but it is not required.

  • FINANC 1000    Principles of Finance
  • FINANC 3000    Corporate Finance
  • FINANC 4010    Financial Management
  • FINANC 4500    Principles of Real Estate
  • FINANC 4630    Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance
  • ECONOM 1014 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECONOM 3229 Money, Banking and Financial Markets
  • ECONOM 4351 Intermediate Microeconomics
  • ECONOM 4355 Industrial Organization and Competitive Strategy
  • MANGMT 3000 Principles of Management
  • MANGMT 4030 Organizational Behavior
  • MANGMT 4060 Project Management Fundamentals
  • MANGMT 4350 Leadership Development
  • MANGMT 4970 Strategic Management

For more information, contact:
Dr. Carlos Sun
Minor Coordinator
E2505 Lafferre Hall

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