ART 15000 – Architecture Construction I
ART 22100 – Architecture Presentation
ART 22200 – Architecture Construction II
|ART 29900 – Plans & Specifications |
Class 2, lab. 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: MA 11100.
Reading and interpretation of contract documents for construction. Emphasis on plans and specifications for a variety of structures.
|ART 29900 – Architectural Engineering Technology |
Credit 1-4. Prerequisite: MA 11100, 15300, 15400, 22300 or 22400, min. grade of D.
Hours and subject matter to be arranged with staff. Permission of department required. Typically offered Spring/Summer/Fall.
BCM 10000 – Introduction to Construction
|BCM 10001 - Introduction to Construction|
Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: MA 11100, 15300, 15400, 22300 or 22400.
Introduction to Construction is a survey of the construction industry. It includes the overall construction process from initial concept through start-up of the complete management systems used in construction, with an emphasis on vocabulary building. Typically offered Fall/Spring/Summer.
BCM 11200 – Construction Surveying Fundamentals
BCM 21200 – Construction Layout
BCM 23000 – Mechanical and Electrical Systems
BCM 23500 – Construction and Material Systems
BCM 27000 – Materials and Estimates
BCM 34500 – Scheduling
BCM 37500 – Estimating
BCM 38000 – Concrete Construction
BCM 49700 – Special Topics in Construction
BCM 49900 – Special Assignments
CET 16000 – Statistics
CET 20900 – Land Surveying and Subdivision
CET 25300 – Hydraulics and Drainage
CET 26000 – Strength of Materials
CET 26600 – Materials Testing
CET 28000 – Structural Calculations
CET 29900 – Civil Engineering Technology
CET 33100 – Properties and Behaviors of Soils
CEMT 31000 – Surveying Computations
CEMT 34100 – Construction Scheduling and Project Control
|CEMT 34101 - Construction Operations|
Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: BCM 23500 or consent of instructor.
Management, methods and equipment used in the construction of buildings, earthworks, bridges and roads. Contractor organization, job management, and safety. Excavation, formwork, concrete, masonry, and steel erection methods. Typically offered Fall/Spring/Summer.
CEMT 34400 – Construction Inspection
CEMT 48900 – Senior Project Survey
CEMT 49000 – Senior Project
|CEMT 49400 - Engineering Economics for Construction|
Class 3, cr. 3.
Introduction to engineering economy and its methods related to time value of money. Economical evaluation and comparison of alternatives considering costs, returns, interest, taxes, and probability in a time span; determining feasibility, break-even points, and rate of return. Cost indices for construction. Typically offered Fall/Spring.
|CGT 11000 – Technical Graphics Communications|
Class 2, lab. 2, cr. 3. Prerequisites: MA 15300 (may be taken concurrently), min. grade of D.
This course is an introductory CAD course that emphasizes the generation of graphical information. Topics include: orthographic projection, isometric projection, detail and assembly drawings, geometric construction and layouts, dimensioning practices, auxiliary views, and section views. Problems used in this class require logical problem solving techniques and the use of good CAD practices. Typically offered Fall/Spring.
|CGT 26200 - Introduction to Construction Graphics|
Class 2, lab. 2, cr. 3.
Study of graphic solutions to problems conditioned by traditional and emerging and construction (AEC) standards with a focus on residential settings. Introductory 2D documentation will progress into 3D modeling techniques. Typically offered Fall/Spring/Summer.
|CMET 44500 – Construction Management I|
Class 3, cr. 3.
Business policy and problems relating to construction companies. Includes contractors' organization, financial management, project management, supervision, cost analysis, and equipment economics, and topics in construction law and ethics. Permission of department required. Typically offered Spring.
CNT 32500 – Structural Applications