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The bachelor of science in construction management includes a solid foundation of construction engineering and management courses, engineering courses, courses from the Business School and College of Architecture and Planning.
- This is an on-campus program.
Declaring This Major
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To earn a degree, students must satisfy all requirements in each of the areas below, in addition to their individual major requirements.
- CU Denver General Graduation Requirements
- CU Denver Core Curriculum
- College of Engineering, Design and Computing Graduation Requirements
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- Students must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA in all courses applying to major requirements.
|CU Denver Core Curriculum|
|Select 24 credits||24|
|BMIN 1000||Introduction to Business||3|
|BLAW 3050||Business Law and Ethics||3|
|Select three additional business courses from the following options:||9|
|Business Fundamentals Minor|
|Fundamentals of Management and Marketing|
|Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance|
|Principles of Strategic Management|
|Entrepreneurship Certificate 1|
|Essentials in Entrepreneurship|
|Small Business Accounting and Finance|
|Business Model Development & Planning|
|Select three of the following:|
|Financial Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis|
|Managing Individuals and Teams|
|Principles of Marketing|
|Personal Selling and Sales Management|
Other courses with advisor approval
|ARCH 3330||Building Systems I||3|
|ARCH 3340||Theory of Structures I||3|
|ARCH 4340||Theory of Structures II||3|
|ARCH 4440||Building Systems II||3|
|CVEN 1025||Civil Engineering Graphics and Computer Aided Design||3|
|or MECH 1025||CAD and Graphics for Mechanical Engineering|
|CVEN 2212||Surveying for Construction and Engineering||2|
|ENGR 1200||Fundamentals of Engineering Design Innovation||3|
|ENGR 1100||Fundamentals of Computational Innovation||3|
|or IWKS 2300||Fundamentals of Computational Innovation|
|CEMT 1000||Introduction to Construction Management||1|
|CEMT 2100||Construction Management Fundamentals||3|
|CEMT 2300||Heavy Civil Construction and Equipment||3|
|CEMT 3100||Field Engineering and Management||3|
|CEMT 4067||Construction Senior Capstone||3|
|CEMT 4231||Construction Materials and Methods||3|
|CEMT 4232||Construction Planning and Control||3|
|CEMT 4233||Construction Cost Estimating||3|
|CEMT 4234||Sustainable Construction||3|
|CEMT 4236||Project Management Systems||3|
|CEMT 4240||Building Information Modeling (BIM)||3|
|CEMT 4242||Construction Safety||3|
|Math and Science|
|Select one of the following math courses:||4-6|
and College Trigonometry
|PHYS 2010||College Physics I||4|
|PHYS 2321||Intro Experimental Phys Lab I||1|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Probability and Statistics for Engineers|
|Engineering Probability and Statistics|
|Select 11 credits of elective courses in math, science, architecture, business, engineering, construction or technical communication.||11|
Could earn a minor in Entrepreneurship by taking 2 additional ENTP courses as technical electives
Up to two 5000-level CEMT or CVEN courses may be applied to a civil engineering master's degree.
To review the Degree Map for this program, please visit our website.