2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Oct 28, 2020  
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Construction Management (CM) Major


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Requirements for Construction Management Major, Bachelor of Science in Construction Management:


Freshman Year:


Sophomore Year:


Junior Year:


Senior Year:


Fall


  • Technical Elective (Business and Management) Credits: 3
  • Technical Elective (Construction) Credits: 3
  • Technical Elective (Construction Science) Credits: 3

Spring


  • Technical Elective (Business and Management) Credits: 3
  • Technical Elective (Construction) Credits: 3
  • Technical Elective (Construction Science) Credits: 3

Note:


Students in the Construction Management Program will be required to maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.25.  Students are required to have a minimum grade of “C” in all of the courses that are designated as prerequisites for the required courses.

Business Minor:


Students enrolled in the Construction Management program have the option to obtain the Business minor offered through the Economics Department. With proper planning, the students can fulfill the Business minor requirements and without exceeding the 128 credits required for Construction Management majors.

Cooperative Education Program:


Students have the opportunity to work in industry and receive technical elective credit for the experience through CM 497. A formal work plan must be approved by the Program Coordinator of Construction Management prior to the work experience. Further information can be found in the Program’s Cooperative Education policy.

Curriculum Notes:


* The 30 credit Board of Regents System General Education Requirements (SGRs) must be completed as part of a student’s first 64 credits.

** South Dakota State University has an 8-9 credit Institutional Graduation Requirement (IGRs).

(G) Globalization Requirement.

(AW) Advanced Writing Requirement.

Students must take the proficiency examination after completing 48 credits. English 101, and a course in each of the General Education areas of social science, mathematics, natural science, and humanities and arts must be taken prior to taking this exam.

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