The minor in Heavy-Highway Construction will provide students an opportunity to deepen their knowledge of transportation infrastructure project management. The minor will prepare students to work for firms who build roads, bridges, and utility installation projects as well as departments of transportation at the state level.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Heavy-Highway Construction minor, students will be able to:
have an understanding of heavy construction methods and systems including equipment types, how used, and specialty application.
apply principles of transportation project management to reduce costs, meet schedule deadlines, and deliver the project to specifications.
plan production for heavy equipment projects including selecting the appropriate equipment calculating cost and loading factors.
Course Delivery Format
All courses are offered in traditional face-to-face classroom and lab environments on the SDSU Campus.
Requirements for Heavy-Highway Construction Minor: 18 Credits