The B. S. in Construction Management degree is a comprehensive program that can be completed in four years or a total of nine semesters, which includes one summer semester.This is a model four-year degree plan. Your path to graduation may vary slightly based on dual credit or transfer credit that you may bring with you upon admission to the University, your choice of a minor or second major, and your placement in English and mathematics. Adjustments can be made to this plan in consultation with your advisor. A projected course offering list is provided in the course rotation.
Students must complete MTH 261 (5) or MTH 287 (3), to be admitted into the degree program.
After your sixth semester, be sure to take TCM 494: Professional Internship. Successful completion of an internship is required to fulfill degree requirements.
Students must also complete 9 hours of elective coursework from the following courses. Course groupings indicate area of emphasis.
- General Construction (9 hours): upper division TCM electives