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Construction Management Program of Study

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2020-21 Academic Year

CLASS

CREDIT HOURS

FRESHMAN - 1st semester

 

ENG 102 Composition Skills (General Studies CAT 1)

3

ITE 214 Residential Drawing

3

General Studies

6
   

FRESHMAN - 2nd semester

 

ITE 204 Intro to Applied Engineering

3

*ITE 211 Architectural and Industrial Finishing

3

SPA 110 Elementary Spanish 1 (General Studies CAT 2)

3

Math by advisement (General Studies CAT 3)

3

General Studies

3
   

SOPHOMORE - 1st semester

 

BUS 208 Business Communications

3

CIS 130 Intro to Computer/Information Technology

3

ITE 202 Construction Systems

3

Elective/minor

3

General Studies

3
   

SOPHOMORE - 2nd semester

 

*ITE 205 Intro to Manufacturing Technology

3

*ITE 301 Construction Safety

3

*ITE 330 Welding Theory and Fabrication

3

Elective/minor

3

General Studies

3
   

JUNIOR - 1st semester

 

*ITE 304 Surveying and Print Reading

3

*ITE 308 Construction Technology

3

*ITE 390 Project Bidding and Estimating

3

Elective/minor

3

General Studies

3
   

JUNIOR - 2nd semester

 

CIS 477 Project Management

3

ITE 314 Architectural Design

3

Electives/minor

6

General Studies

3
   

SENIOR - 1st semester

 

*BUS 471 Principles of Supervision

3

*ITE 428 Construction Project Management

3

Electives/minor

6
   

SENIOR - 2nd semester

 

*ITE 367 Building Climate, Energy Control, and Sustainability

3

**ITE 438 Commercial Construction

3

ITE 497 Internship

3

Electives/minor

6

*Class offered according to department course rotation schedule

Recommended options for ITE electives: Add a safety management or business administration minor or double major with drafting, planning, and design. A summer co-op or internship is highly recommended. The following courses must be passed with a C or better before taking the next level coursework: ITE 202, ITE 214, ITE 308, and ITE 390.