2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Sep 27, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

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Concrete Industry Management (B.S.)



Program Coordinator/Contact

Tim Hostettler, Program Director
Department of Construction and Operations Management
Solberg Hall 115B
605-688-6998

Program Information

Graduates of the Concrete Industry Management program will fill the growing demand for technical managers in pre-stressed concrete product manufacturing, ready-mix sales and marketing, and supply chain management for regional concrete producers. The Concrete Industry Management (CIM) program has been developed by and is supported by the Regional Patrons Group representing SD, ND, MN, IA, NE, WI, IL, MI, and MO – a region that has high demand for graduates of CIM programs.  As you progress through the program, you will be able to earn two American Concrete Industry technical certifications, a Management  or Marketing  minor, and participate in paid internships with potential future employers.  

Student Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the B.S. in Concrete Industry Management will:

  • An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and technology to technical problems.
  • A knowledge of modern techniques, tools, and concrete construction methods.
  • An ability to conduct standard tests and experiments, to analyze and interpret data.
  • An understanding of principles of concrete production, efficiency and quality management procedures.
  • An ability to communicate effectively in oral and written forms and demonstrate effective teamwork skills.
  • An understanding of the legal, professional and ethical responsibilities of the profession.
  • An ability to apply basic accounting and management principles applicable to the concrete industry.

Course Delivery Format

Course content is delivered on the Brookings campus in classroom, laboratory, and field based settings.

Requirements for Concrete Industry Management Major: 120 Credits


Bachelor of Science

Total Required Credits: 120


Summary of Program Requirements


Bachelor of Science

 
System General Education Requirements 31 Credit Hours
Major Requirements 58 Credit Hours
Supporting Coursework 31 Credit Hours
Electives** 0 Credit Hours

**Taken as needed to complete any additional degree requirements.

Academic Advising Guide Sheet


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