Origin & Developmental history
Construction Management (CM) Department started bachelors degree program in 1985. Students pursuing BS can follow one of four areas of specialization: General, Development, Specialty and Facilities.
Goals & Objectives
Long Term Program Objective (LPO)
LPO1: Continue to update curriculum to reflect global and national construction industry needs.
LPO2: Improve managerial/business skills of students to take leadership roles.
Short Term Program (SPO)
SPO1: Prepare students for successful construction industry career.
SPO2: Offer courses to prepare students for global and national construction industry needs.
SPO3: Fulfill accreditation agency requirements for curriculum.
SPO4: Encourage undergraduate student to participate in student competitions, industry events, and various professional chapter meetings. Encourage graduate students to write research paper and proposals.
Program Learning Outcomes (PLO)
PLO1: Estimate construction project implementation costs.
PLO2: Produce construction project implementation schedules.
PLO3: Carryout construction project management related tasks.
PLO4: Demonstrate people skills to function as a team player.
PLO5: Demonstrate communication ability with construction project team members.
PLO6: Demonstrate capability to pursue advanced degree programs
PLO7: Analyze ethical, social and environmental responsibility of construction professionals