Construction Management Minor
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Construction management involves the design, planning and management of the construction, maintenance and disposal of the built environment. This includes buildings, transportation systems, utilities and commercial, industrial, residential and environmental projects. Examples include highways, bridges, airports, buildings, dams, reservoirs, light and high-speed rail systems, hospitals, laboratories, residential communities, utilities and environmental restoration projects.
The construction management minor is designed for CU Denver undergraduates in engineering, architecture, business and other related disciplines who want to grow their skills and expertise in the fields of construction and engineering. The curriculum has been developed with the encouragement and review of a team of industry professionals and allows students to learn skills to facilitate entry into the construction industry.
- This is an on-campus program.
Declaring This Minor
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- To enroll in the construction management minor, complete the top portion of the Construction Management Minor Coursework form. Email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring it to the Department of Civil Engineering office, located in North Classroom 3037.
Students must satisfy all requirements as outlined below and by the department offering the minor
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- All courses must be taken in residence CU Denver (no transfer hours). A minimum 2.0 GPA is required for courses applied to this minor with no individual course grade below C- (1.7).
|CEMT 2100||Construction Management Fundamentals||3|
|CEMT 4232/5232||Construction Planning and Control||3|
|Select one of the following||3-6|
|Construction Materials and Methods|
|Construction Practices: Material and Structural Systems|
and Construction Practices: Building Envelope
|Select one of the following||3|
|Heavy Civil Construction and Equipment|
|Field Engineering and Management|
|Construction Cost Estimating|
|Building Information Modeling (BIM)|
|Project Management Systems|
|Project Management and Practice|
Another CEMT 3000 level or above, by permission only
Note: Students may take two 5000-level CEMT courses and later apply them to CEM master's degree.