Todd Dunn, Minor Adviser
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The construction management minor broadens the learning experiences and professional opportunities of students who have an interest in building construction, bid development, management of construction projects after a successful bid, and the business, management, and technical aspects related to construction.
|CVET-170||Elements of Building Construction|
|CVET-461||Construction Cost Estimating I|
|CVET-462||Construction Project Management|
|Choose two of the following:|
|CVET-463||Sustainable Building Design and Construction|
|CVET-464||Construction Planning, Scheduling, and Control|
|CVET-465||Contracts and Specifications|
|CVET-423||GIS for CETEMS|
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Quarter Curriculum - For Reference Only
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The construction management minor offers courses covering building construction, cost estimating, construction project management, and construction safety. Students may choose electives to individualize the curriculum to match their interests.
0608-422 Elements of Building Construction
0608-509 Construction of Cost Estimating
0608-560 Construction Project Management
0608-544 Contracts and Specs
Electives—Choose three of the following:
0608-500 Labor Relations
0608-460 Construction Equipment
0608-444 Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings
0633-504 Construction Safety