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An Overview

ecovillage We aren't "contractors," although you can become one, we aren't "architects," although you can become one, we aren't "framers" or "surveyors" or "electricians," we are the PROFESSIONALS that manage the entire construction project. A Bachelors of Science Degree in Construction Management is the beginning of your future as a leader within the construction industry.

Bachelor of Science in Construction Management

The Management Technical Specialty of the Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education, the professional accreditation organization of the construction industry.

Educational Objectives

  • Provide students with the ability to recognize and independently diagnose construction related problems accurately, develop creative alternatives, and implement practical and effective solutions.
  • Provide students with the ability to plan, schedule and control work activities, motivate and provide accurate and timely constructive alternatives, and implement practical and effective solutions.
  • Provide students with the ability to apply construction related techniques, skills, and tools to construction materials as necessary for a managed construction project.
  • Provide students with the ability to understand technical issues related to the fields of architecture, engineering, business and construction accounting, and finance. Work effectively and efficiently with personnel from these disciplines to properly apply related fundamentals, techniques, and procedures.
    Provide students with the ability to apply basic construction related design theory within the areas of structural, mechanical, electrical, thermodynamics, civil, and soil mechanics.

Click here to see the current General Catalog for degree requirements and course descriptions.

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Construction Management Minor

Students from interrelated disciplines will acquire professional and specialized construction knowledge and skills. Preparation for participation in the building-related professions leads to careers in solving the infrastructure needs of society and the environment.

Required Core courses (15 units)
CONST 5, 20, 43, 50, 110

Additional elective courses (6 units)
The student will select two additional construction courses in consultation with a faculty adviser. Emphasis may be placed upon a variety of specialization areas.

Total (21 units)

Program Admission Requirements

Generally, first-time freshman applicants will qualify for regular admission if they meet the following requirements: (1) they have graduated from high school, have earned a Certificate of General Education Development (GED), or have passed the California High School Proficiency Examination; (2) they have a qualifiable minimum eligibility index table; and (3) they have completed with grades of C or better each of the courses in the comprehensive pattern of college preparatory subject requirements (see Subject Requirements ).

Details of all requirements can be found at this link.