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Graduates of the Building Construction Management (BCM) Program organize, lead, and manage the resources, materials, and the processes related to building construction, both commercial and residential.
Graduates work in such jobs as estimators, detailers, surveying technicians, and in construction sales. With additional experience, successful graduates can advance to field engineering assistant, construction or maintenance supervisor, building inspector, or contractor.
Graduates of the program have the option to transfer their degree to various four-year universities to pursue a B.S. in Construction Management.
|BCM-100||Introduction to Construction Management||(3)|
|BCM-104||Construction Blueprint Reading||(3)|
|BCM-117||Construction Materials & Methods||(3)|
|ATG-106||Intro to Accounting Debits & Credits||(1)|
|ATG-107||Intro to Accounting Special Journals||(1)|
|BCM-137||Architectural CAD Drafting I||(3)|
|BUS-101||Introduction to Business||(3)|
|BCM-195||Construction Surveying I||(3)|
|BCM-219||Statics-Strength Materials Build Constr.||(3)|
|BCM-237||Architectural CAD Drafting II||(3)|
|BCM-239||Wood Frame Structures||(3)|
|BCM-270||Construction Job Scheduling||(3)|
Also included is one BCM elective (3 credits)
General Education Course Requirements (18 credits)
Requirements (15 credits):
|BIO-107||Environmental Science Laboratory||(1)|
|ENG-103||Composition II, or|
|ENG-105||Business Communications, or|
|ENG-110||Introductory Technical Writing, or|
|SPH-131||Fundamentals of Communication||(3)|
|MTH-132||Precalculus Mathematics, or|
Electives: Select 3 credits from the following as needed (3 credits)
The course requirements for the BCM and SBS degree programs are very similar. Consequently, obtaining a second degree is an attractive option to many graduates. Specifically, a graduate of the BCM program may desire to obtain a second degree in SBS.
Fundamentally, a minimum of 15 additional credits must be taken.
A graduate of the BCM program (7000) who desires to also receive a SBS (7050) degree must take:
(This means an BCM graduate must take between 15 credits additionally to receive a second degree in SBS.)
Also included are two BCM electives (3 credits/each)