Construction Management (CM)


1000

CM 1010 [Not Offered] Construction Graphics and Nomenclature (3 credits)
Credit or registration in MATH 1550. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Graphic communication concepts and techniques relating to construction processes and nomenclature.
CM 1011 INTRO TO CM (3.0 credits)
CM 1020 Engineering Graphics for Mechanical Engineering (2 credits)
4 hrs. lab. Credit will not be given for both this course and CM 1030. Not open to construction management majors. Conception, visualization, and communication of creative design concepts; introduction to engineering drafting and USA Standards Institute standards; freehand sketching; three-dimensional forms used in solution of engineering problems; use of solid modeling software in design and design communication.
CM 1030 [Not Offered] Engineering Graphics (2 credits)
4 hrs. lab. Credit will not be given for both this course and CM 1020. Not open to construction management and mechanical engineering majors. Conception, visualization, and communication of creative design concepts; introduction to engineering drafting and USA Standards Institute standards; freehand sketching; three-dimensional forms used in solution of engineering problems; use of automated graphical techniques in design and design communication.
CM 1102 CONST PLAN READING (3.0 credits)

2000

CM 2012 [Not Offered] Plan and Cost Analysis for Residential Construction (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 1010 and MATH 1550 with a �C� grade or better. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Interpretation of working drawings and specifications; cost estimation; bidding; materials, methods, and equipment for residential construction.
CM 2101 CNST MATL METHD I (3.0 credits)
CM 2102 CONSTRUCTION EQUIP (3.0 credits)
CM 2103 CONST MATL METHD II (3.0 credits)
CM 2105 CONST SURVEYING (3.0 credits)
CM 2121 [Not Offered] Materials, Methods, and Equipment I (3 credits)
Prereq.: credit or registration in CM 2012. Job planning, work methods, materials, and equipment required in building and heavy construction.
CM 2131 [Not Offered] Materials, Methods, and Equipment II (Heavy and Industr ial Construction) (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 2121. Continuation of CM 2121. Emphasis on both heavy and industrial equipment.
CM 2141 [Not Offered] Construction Planning and Scheduling (3 credits)
Prereq.: ISDS 1100 or IE 2060 and CM 2121 or IE 1002. Fundamentals of planning and scheduling techniques used in the construction industry to manage construction projects.
CM 2215 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY (3.0 credits)
CM 2501 STRUCTURAL PRINCIPL (3.0 credits)

3000

CM 3000 [Not Offered] Construction Safety (3 credits)
Construction safety relating to accident causation; contractual obligations; project management and coordination.
CM 3100 [Not Offered] Construction Surveying (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 2121. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Principles of construction surveying, fundamental measuring procedures, error analysis, leveling, traverse measurements, horizonta curves, vertical curves, and earthwork calculations.
CM 3111 CONST ESTIMATING (3.0 credits)
CM 3121 [Not Offered] Commercial Construction Estimating (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 2012 and 2121. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Principles of estimating including quantity surveys, pricing analysis, and bid package preparation for commercial construction.
CM 3131 [Not Offered] Industrial Construction Estimating (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 2131 and 3121. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Principles of estimating including quantity surveys, pricing analysis, and bid package preparation for industrial construction.
CM 3141 [Not Offered] Highway Construction (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 3100. Basic fundamentals of highway construction including; earthmoving, drainage, road paving, bridge, and retaining walls; interpretation of plans and specifications; materials, methods, equipment, and estimating.
CM 3145 [Not Offered] COMMERCIAL ESTIMAT (3.0 credits)
CM 3165 [Not Offered] HIGHWAY CONSTRCTN (3.0 credits)
CM 3201 MECH ELEC SYSTEMS (3.0 credits)
CM 3210 [Not Offered] Advanced Computer Applications for Construction Management (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 2141. Application of software programs currently being used in the construction industry.
CM 3235 [Not Offered] RES DEVELOPMENT (3.0 credits)
CM 3236 RES CODES & SPECS (3.0 credits)
CM 3303 [Not Offered] Mechanical and Electrical Systems (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 2121 and PHYS 2002. Mechanical and electrical systems in residential and commercial buildings; nomenclature and design consideration; emphasis on management, quality control, and installation procedures.
CM 3355 MAINT & TURNAROUNDS (3.0 credits)
CM 3356 [Not Offered] INDUST CONST EST (3.0 credits)
CM 3400 [Not Offered] Construction Materials (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 2121. Fundamentals involved in design, evaluation, testing, and construction of asphalt, concrete, aggregates, steel, timber, and composites; mechanic properties of soils, compaction, and slope stability; construction of shallow and deep foundations, and retaining walls.
CM 3502 CNST CIVIL MATLS (3.0 credits)
CM 3503 SOILS IN CONSTRUCT (3.0 credits)
CM 3504 APPLIED STRUCT DSGN (3.0 credits)
CM 3505 [Not Offered] Structural Technology I (3 credits)
Prereq.: MATH 1550 and PHYS 2001. Rigid and deformable body structural mechanics for construction management majors focusing on determination of the nature, magnitudes, and equilibrium requirements of forces acting on structures and the internal load effects (stress and deformation) of these forces on the structural components.
CM 3506 [Not Offered] Structural Technology II (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 3505. Structural design of ordinary timber, steel, and reinforced concrete buildings and bridges in accordance with appropriate design code specifications; emphasizes allowable stress design provisions to achieve safe and serviceable structural resistance to vertical and lateral load effects.

4000

CM 4101 CONST SCHED CST CTL (3.0 credits)
CM 4200 [Not Offered] Construction Administration (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 2141, 3121 and credit or registration in CM 3000. Principles and theory of ownership, organization, contracts, insurance, bonding, and labor relations pertaining to the construction industry.
CM 4201 [Not Offered] Construction Law (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 4200. The law of business and current legal problems, roles, and responsibilities associated with the construction industry; emphasis on claims avoidance.
CM 4202 Construction Enterprise (3 credits)
Prereq.: CM 3210 and 4200. Open to Construction Management majors only. A comprehensive study of construction management as it relates to a single construction enterprise.
CM 4206 [Not Offered] Special Topics in Construction Management (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. when topics vary. Advanced topics, current issues, or recent developments in the construction industry.
CM 4207 [Not Offered] Independent Study (3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of a faculty member. May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary. Research on a construction topic as chosen by the student under direct supervision of a chosen faculty member.
CM 4208 INTERNSHIP IN CONST (3.0 credits)
CM 4211 CNST CONTRACTING (3.0 credits)
CM 4221 CNST PROJECT MGMT (3.0 credits)
CM 4302 [Not Offered] SUSTAINABLE CONST (3.0 credits)
CM 4355 [Not Offered] DRIVEN PILE CNST (3.0 credits)
CM 4357 INDUST PROJ CONTROL (3.0 credits)
CM 4358 [Not Offered] INDUST ELEC INSTALL (3.0 credits)

7000

CM 7010 [Not Offered] RESEARCH METHODS (3.0 credits)
CM 7030 [Not Offered] PROJECT DELIVERY (3.0 credits)
CM 7110 [Not Offered] ADV CONST PRODUCTIV (3.0 credits)
CM 7111 [Not Offered] CONST SCHED & DIAGNO (3.0 credits)
CM 7150 [Not Offered] DEC MAK TOOLS FOR CM (3.0 credits)
CM 7206 [Not Offered] SPECIAL TOPIC IN CM (3.0 credits)
CM 7207 [Not Offered] INDEPENDENT STUDY (3.0 credits)
CM 7211 [Not Offered] CONS DISPUTE RESOLU (3.0 credits)
CM 7213 SOILS IN CONSTRUC (3.0 credits)
CM 7214 [Not Offered] CONCRETE MATERIALS (3.0 credits)
CM 7220 [Not Offered] BIM FOR CONSTRUCTION (3.0 credits)
CM 7230 [Not Offered] LEAN CONSTRUCTION (3.0 credits)
CM 7250 NATURAL HAZARD CONST (3.0 credits)
CM 7302 [Not Offered] ADV SUSTAINABLE CON (3.0 credits)
CM 7303 [Not Offered] LIFE CYCLE ASSESS (3.0 credits)

8000

CM 8000 THESIS RESEARCH (1-12 credits)